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Full text of "The New Psalms and hymns"

FROM THE LIBRARY OF 



REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON, D. D. 



BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO 

THE LIBRARY OF 

PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 







The New 



Psalms and Hymns 

Published by Authority ot 

The General Assembly of the 

Presbyterian Church in 

the United States 

A. D. 1901 



* 



Richmond, Va. 
Presbyterian Committee of Publication 




Copyright by 

JAS. K. HAZEN, Secretary of Publication 

1901 



Stanbope Press 

F. H. GIL SON COMPANY 
BOSTON, U. S A. 



The Psalms axd Hymns has been compiled and edited by a Committee of 
The General Assembly, consisting of : — 

Rev. J. W. Walden, D.D., Chairman. 

Rev. R, C. Reed, D.D. 

Rev. W. L, Lowkancb, D.D. 

Rev. A. W. Milster, D.D. 

Rev. S. L. Morris, D.D. 

Rev. T. H. Rice, D.D. 

Major Johx C. Whitxer, Secretary. 



MUSICAL EDITORS. 

Prof. Joseph Maclean. 

Prof. Johx P. Campbell, Ph.D. 



preface 



The General Assembly of 1861 appointed a Committee (of which Rev. B. M. 
Palmer, D.D., LL.D., was made chairman) "to revise and prepare for use of our 
Church a suitable Hymn-Book." The work of this Committee, as finally reported, 
was approved by the General Assembly of 1866, and published as the " Psalms 
and Hymns." 

Subsequent General Assemblies commended to the Church, for their use, 
two other compilations, in musical editions, viz. : " Psalms and Hymns and Spirit- 
ual Songs " and " Hymns of the Ages." 

Owing to the inadequacy of the " Psalms and Hymns " (of 1866), the only 
official book of praise, largely because not published in a musical edition adapted 
to general use, and in order that the Church might have a book of her own, and 
suited to her needs, in answer to overtures from at least one-third of the presby- 
teries, the General Assembly of 1898 took the following action : 

"i. The Assembly hereby determines to undertake the preparation of a 
hymn-book that will meet the demands of our Church, the product of her own life 
and effort. 

44 2. To carry out this purpose, the following permanent committee is ap- 
pointed : Rev. J. W. Walden, D.D., Chairman, Rev. E. H. Barnett, D.D., Rev. 
R. C. Reed, D.D., Rev. W. S. Lacy, D.D., Rev. A. W. Milster, D.D., Rev. W. L. 
Lowrance, D.D., Major John C. Whitner. This Committee is empowered to go for- 
ward in the work at once, with the purpose of having the book ready for use by 
1903, when all arrangements for sale of other hymn-books shall have expired." 

Before the work of the Committee was well under wa\', two valuable members 
died, viz. : Rev. E. H. Barnett, D.D., and Rev. W. S. Lacy, D.D. Their places 
were filled by Rev. S. L. Morris, D.D., and Rev. T. H. Rice, D.D. 

By reason of business arrangement, made by the Executive Committee of 
Publication, as authorized by the General Assembly, the hindrances to early 
publication were removed. The Permanent Committee, therefore, proceeded dili- 
gently, so as to report their work as early as possible. A full report was made 
to the General Assembly of 1900, which was substantially approved, and the 
publication of the book was ordered ; but to secure the best results in every way 
publication was delayed, and a final report of being ready for the press was made 
to the General Assembly of 1901. This Assembly took the following action : 

44 We express gratification that this work is now complete, and we earnestly com- 
mend it to all of our churches for use." 



preface 

The Committee was exceedingly fortunate in securing the services of Prof. 
Joseph Maclean and Prof. John P. Campbell, Ph.D., as Musical Editors. Sincere 
thanks are expressed, in this public way, for the invaluable and self-denying labor 
of these gentlemen, wrought in love for the Church and the praise of God. 

In the whole work of selecting hymns and tunes, and in their adaptation to 
each other, the Church was largely consulted, both in the original compilation as 
reported to the Assembly, and in the subsequent changes made in deference to 
criticisms and suggestions. 

As to the hymns, a sincere effort was made to retain all those belonging to 
the older body of hymnology, that seemed to be endeared by use to the Church 
at large, and to select the very best of those that may be classed as new. Under 
the limitation not to make too large a book, it is apparent that, in both classes of 
hymns, some had to be omitted which many persons might have selected. 

A large number of the versions of Psalms has been distributed through the 
book, under appropriate classification. An index of these, at the beginning of the 
book, puts them within as easy reach as if arranged separately, after the old way. 

In editing the text of the hymns, the Committee endeavored, as far as pos- 
sible, to present them as originally written, unless there was good reason for the 
contrary. In the case of some very familiar hymns it seemed better to retain an 
altered text, which had endeared itself to the Church by use. In this work, last- 
ing thanks are due to Kev. Louis F. Benson, D.D., Editor of " The Hymnal," 
for the free use that has been allowed of that excellent book of praise, as also 
for his personal assistance in verifying the texts of hymns not found in that 
collection, and in settling many points of authorship and date. 

In the selection of tunes, the Committee endeavored to retain every one that 
is in general use throughout the Church, and many are used because of association 
rather than musical merit. The greatest care has been taken to keep in mind 
the varying degrees of musical knowledge and culture likely to exist through 
the church. In adapting tunes to hymns, old associations have invariably been 
regarded, wherever they seemed to exist. In many cases where it seemed desir- 
able an alternative tune has been used. By grouping hymns of the same meter, 
a further choice of tunes on the same page is often given, and in addition there 
are frequent cross references to tunes in other parts of the book. In looking 
over the older tunes especially, they are found, in various books, to show con- 
siderable variations in harmony. The attempt was here made not so much to 
get the original version as to get the best one that could be found. 

The names given to the tunes are those given by the composers, except in 
cases where there seemed to be good reason for change. In every case the 
attempt was made to find for each hymn a tune that brings out its meaning. To 
this end the tune must not only agree with the hymn in having its accents fall 
upon the important words, where possible, but the sentiments of both must be in 
perfect accord. Every care has been taken to exclude tunes that are light, 



preface 

flippant, and undignified, and to admit only those that are distinctly worthy of 
being used as a vehicle of praise. 

No marks of expression or speed have been used, because it was recognized 
that these will differ in different places, and that a large congregation will sing 
more slowly than a smaller one, while the speed will appear to be the same. 
A wide range of speed is demanded for the proper rendition of the hymns in this 
book. The German tunes, such as Ein Feste Burg, Passion Chorale, etc., should 
be sung extremely slowly, and invariably in unison. The older Scotch and Eng- 
lish tunes, as Dundee, St. Anne, or Farrant should be sung slightly faster, and 
these also are generally more effective if sung in unison. Many of them have 
been transposed lower than they are usually found, to bring them more easily 
within the range of male voices. The modern English and American tunes are 
the only ones in the book that should be sung decidedly briskly, and in many 
of these care should be taken to avoid racing just as much as drawling. 

The dates given wi4:h the tunes, in nearly every case, indicate the time of 
first publication rather than of composition. In this part of the work, as well as 
in settling disputed points as to origin of tunes, the Committee has had the assis- 
tance of Mr. James Warrington of Philadelphia, whose thorough knowledge of 
the subject, and painstaking care constitute a guaranty of the accuracy with 
which it has been done. 

The Committee is under obligation for the free use of copyright tunes to 
the Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work, for No. 11 ; to 
Bishop John H. Vincent for Nos. 54 and 553 ; to Bishop William Croswell 
Doane for No. 84 ; to Be v. Chas. L. Hutchins for No. 171 ; to Bev. Lyman 
Abbott for No. 249, and to Bev. J. S. B. Hodges for No. 552 ; also for use by 
purchase to Bev. J. E. Bankin for No. 26 ; to A. S. Barnes & Co. for Nos. 32 and 
430 ; to Mr. Geo. C. Stebbins for No. 40 ; to Prof. Horatio W. Parker for No. 53 ; 
to the Tucker Hymnal for Nos. 86 and 491 ; to the Oliver Ditson Co. for Nos. 
135 and 670 ; to Mrs. Chas. W. Bosan, for tunes by the late J. P. Holbrook ; to 
Mr. Wm. G. Fischer for No. 236 ; to the Biglow and Main Co., for Nos. 239, 346, 
347, and 579 ; to Mr. Charles H. Zundel for No. 323 ; to Mrs. Robert Lowry for 
Nos. 398 and 492 ; to the John Church Co. for No. 412 ; to Mr. Charles C. Con- 
verse for No. 469 ; and to Mr. S. A. Ward for No. 695. 

We have preserved the historic name of the book of praise of the Presby- 
terian Church in this country, — " Psalms and Hymns." 

We present to the Church that which has been wrought by us, in much 
prayer and joy, hoping by means of our work to swell the volume of worthy 
praise to our adorable Lord. 

On behalf of the Committee, 

J. W. WALDEN, Chairman. 



vii 



Contents 



Preface 

Index of Psalms, with Number 
Index of First Lines (of Hymns) 
Index of Tunes, Alphabetical . 
Index of Tunes, Metrical 



PAGE 

v-vii 

x 

. xi-xviii 

. xix-xx 

xxi-xxiii 



Classification of Mgmns 

HYMNS 

Worship. 

1. The Beginning of Worship . 1-19 

2. The Close of Worship . . . 20-28 

3. Morning 29-37 

4. Evening 38-56 

5. The Sabbath 57-69 



II. Holy Scriptures 



III. God. 



1. Trinity 

2. Father, (1) Being, (2) Attri- 

butes, (3) Providence . . . 

3. Lord Jesus Christ, (1) Advent 

(2) Person and Character 

(3) Example and Ministry 

(4) Sufferings and Death 

(5) Resurrection and Ex- 

altation . . . 

(6) Intercession 

(7) Second Coming 

(8) Praise to Christ 

4. Holy Ghost .... 



70-80 



81-88 

89-112 
113-125 
126-134 
135-139 
140-166 

167-170 
171-178 
179-186 
187-203 
204-219 



IV. Salvation. 
1. Needed 



2. Provided 



3. Offered 



(1) Man's Ruin 220-225 

(2) Value of Soul 226-227 

(1) Gospel . . 228-239 

(2) Grace . . 240-244 

(3) Atonement 245-252 

(1) Invitations . 263-267 

(2) Expostulation 

and Warning 268-279 



VI. 



Effectual Calling 

1. Conviction of Sin . . . 

2. Repentance and Confession 

3. Accepting Christ . . . 

4. New Birth 

5. Conversion and Joy . . 

Benefits of the Called. 

1. Justification 

2. Adoption 

3. Sanctification .... 

4. Promises 

5. Privileges 



HYMNS 

280-282 
283-293 
294-302 
3ii3-3()5 
300-310 



VII. Graces of the Christian. 



Faith . . 
Hope . . 
Love . . 
Joy . . . 
Peace . . , 

6. Holy Desires 

7. Resignation , 



311-814 
315-316 
317-324 
321-328 
329-347 



348-364 
365-369 
370-382 
383-389 
390-397 
398-414 
415-435 



VIII. Duties. 

1. Confessing Christ .... 436-439 

2. Renunciation of World . . 440-447 

3. Communion with Christ . . 448-456 

4. Prayer 457-469 

6. Watchfulness 470-473 

6. Conflict 474-492 

7. Activity 493-503 

8. Perseverance 504-509 

9. Praise 510-528 



IX. 



The Church. 

1. Glory and Safety .... 529-540 

2. Sacraments, (1) Baptism . 541-545 

(2) Lord's Supper 646-557 

3. Officers 558-561 

4. Ordination and Installation 562-666 

5. Dedication 567-572 

6. Benevolence 573-576 



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Contents 



HYMNS 

7. Revival 577-583 

8. Missions 584-605 

9. Communion of Saints . . . 006-616 

X. Special. 

1. Thanksgiving 617-624 

2. Humiliation 625-626 

3. New Year 627-629 

4. Close of Year 630-632 

5. Anniversary 633-635 

6. Marriage 636 

XI. Special Classes. 

1. The Aged 637-639 

2. The Sick and Sorrowing . . 640-041 

3. Those at Sea 642-644 

4. The Young 645-655 



HYMNS 

X. Time and Eternity. 

1. Present Life 656-668 

2. Death 669-671 

3. Burial 678-670 

4. Resurrection of the Body . 080-681 

5. The Judgment 682-687 

6. Heaven 688-715 

PAGE 

Doxologies 473 

Chants 474 

Index of Scripture Texts 484 

Index of Subjects 487 



Ifn&ex of psalms b$ IRumber 



PSALM NO. 

1 442 

V 34 

VIII 99 

XVII 680 

XIX 77, 100, 230 

XXIII 330, 334, 342, 509 

XXIV 166 

XXX 366 

XXXI 103, 343, 434 

XXXII 285 

XXXIV 105 

XXXVI 94, 98 

XXXIX 663 

XLI 574 

XLII 401 

XLV 133 

XLVI 536 

XLVII 165 

XLVIII 534, 536 

LI 288, 289 

LV 505 

LXIII 8, 337 

LXV 618, 621 

LXVII 619 

LXVIII 104 

LXXI 189 

LXXII 584, 592, 594 

LXXIII 339 

LXXVIII 663 

LXXXIV 10, 12, 16, 18, 19, 63 

LXXXV. 237 

LXXXVII 529, 535 



PSALM NO. 

LXXXVIII 273 

LXXXIX 108 

XC 90, 91, 666 

XCI . . 336 

XCII 523 

XCIII 102 

XCV. . 106 

XCVII 101 

XCVIII 118 

C 2,3,4 

CIII 95, 524, 527, 661 

CIV. . • 13 

CVII 528 

CVIII 525 

CX 134 

CXVI 519 

CXVII 6 

CXVIII 67 

CXIX 73, 74, 75, 76, 79 

CXXII 69, 610 

CXXV 338, 538 

CXXVI 500 

CXXX 402 

CXXXI 392 

CXXXII 65 

CXXXIII 607 

CXXXVII 606, 703 

CXXXIX 96, 109, 507 

CXLV 521, 620 

CXLVI 516 

CLXVIII 510, 515 

CL 522 



flnoei of first Xines 



A broken heart, my God, my King 
A charge to keep I have .... 
A few more years shall roll . . . 
A mighty fortress is our God . . 
Abide with me, fast falls the eventide 
According to Thy gracious word . 
Alas ! and did my Saviour bleed . 
Alas 1 what hourly dangers rise 
All glory, laud and honor . . . 
All hail the power of Jesus' name 
All people that on earth do dwell . 
All praise to Thee, my God, this night 
All that I was, my sin, my guilt . 
Almighty Father, bless the word . 
Almighty God, Thy word is cast . 
Am I a soldier of the cross . . . 
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound 
Ancient of Days, that sittest throned 

glory 

And is it so, a little while ... 
Angel voices ever singing . . . 
Angels from the realms of glory . 
Another six days' work is done . 
Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat 

Arise, my soul, arise 

Arise, King of grace, arise . . 
Arm of the Lord, awake, awake . 
Around the throne of God . . . 
Around the throne of God in heaven 
Art thou weary, art thou languid . 
As oft with worn and weary feet . 
As pants the hart for cooling streams 
As with gladness men of old . . 
Ascend Thy throne, almighty King 
Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep . . 

At the name of Jesus 

At Thy command, our dearest Lord 
Awake and sing the song . . . 
Awake, my soul, and with the sun 
Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve 
Awake, my soul, in joyful lays . . . 



HYMN 

289 
472 
631 
530 

42 
557 
148 
473 
157 
196 
3 

45 
376 

21 

24 
475 
244 

84 
659 

87 
122 

60 
461 
178 

65 
591 
110 
653 
267 
139 
401 
113 
593 
672 
200 
547 
193 

33 
493 
190 



Awake, my soul, to sound His praise 
Awake, our souls, away our fears . . 
Awaked by Sinai's awful sound . . 



HYMN 

425 

480 
305 



Before Jehovah's awful throne ... 2 

Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme 111 

Behold, a Stranger's at the door . . . 258 

Behold, the Master passe th by . . . . 262 

Behold, the morning sun 77 

Behold the sin-atoning Lamb .... 245 

Behold the throne of grace 466 

Behold, what wondrous grace .... 316 

Beneath the cross of Jesus 252 

Beyond the smiling and the weeping . . 696 

Bless, O my soul, the living God ... 95 

Blessed are the Sons of God 315 

Blest are the pure in heart 321 

Blest are the sons of peace 607 

Blest be the dear uniting love .... 611 

Blest be the tie that binds 608 

Blest Comforter divine 216 

Blest is the man who shuns the place . 442 

Blest is the man whose softening heart . 674 

Blest Jesus, when Thy cross I view . . 192 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 234 

Boundless glory, Lord, be Thine . . . 387 

Bow down Thine ear, almighty Lord . . 562 

Bread of the world in mercy broken . . 652 

Break Thou the bread of life .... 653 

Brief life is here our portion .... 692 
Brightest and best of the sons of the 

morning 114 

Brightly gleams our banner 485 

Broad is the road that leads to death . 447 

By cool Siloam's shady rill 650 

Calm me, my God, and keep me calm . 394 

Cast thy burden on the Lord .... 505 

Children of the heavenly King .... 504 

Chosen not for good in me 370 

Christ by heavenly hosts adored . . . 624 



ITnDcy of Jfirst OLlnes 



nvMX 

Christ is coming, let creation .... 183 

Christ is made the sure Foundation . . 572 

Christ is risen, Christ is risen .... 168 

Christ the Lord is risen to-day .... 159 

Christ, whose glory rills the skies ... 30 

Christian, dost thou see them .... 474 

Christian, seek not yet repose .... 503 

Come, blessed Spirit, source of light . . 208 

Come, Christian brethren, ere we part . 22 

Come, every pious heart 167 

Come, gracious Lord, descend and dwell 5 

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove . 209 

Come hither, all ye weary souls . . . 260 

Come, Holy Ghost, in love 210 

Come, Holy Spirit, calm my mind . . 211 

Come, Holy Spirit, come 214 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove . . 205 

Come, humble sinner, in whose breast . 293 

Come, Jesus, from the sapphire throne . 571 

Come, kingdom of our God 604 

Come, let our hearts and voices join . . 379 

Come, let us join our cheerful songs . . 202 

Come, let us join our friends above . . 615 

Come, let us join with one accord . . . 6Q 

Come, let us sing the song of songs . . 194 

Come, Lord, and tarry not 185 

Come, Lord, and warm each languid heart 578 

Come, my soul, thou must be waking . 37 

Come, my soul, thy suit prepare . . . 467 

Come, sacred Spirit, from above . . . 582 

Come, sound His praise abroad . . . 106 

Come, Thou almighty King 81 

Come, Thou desire of all Thy saints . . 413 

Come, Thou Fount of every blessing . . 511 

Come, Thou long expected Jesus . . . 124 

Come to our poor nature's night . . . 215 

Come to the Saviour now 263 

Come unto Me, ye weary 255 

Come, we that love the Lord .... 526 

Come, ye disconsolate 428 

Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched . 253 

Come, ye thankful people, come . . . 617 

Come, ye that love the Saviour's name . 188 

Creator Spirit, by whose aid .... 219 

Crown Him with many crowns . . . 195 

Crown His head with endless blessing . 199 

Darkly rose the guilty morning . . . 155 

Day is dying in the west 54 

Day of judgment, day of wonders . . 684 



HYM>" 

Days and moments quickly flying . . . 632 

Dear Lord and Father of mankind . . 410 

Dear refuge of my weary soul .... 368 

Dear Saviour, if these lambs should stray 545 

Dear Saviour, we are Thine 452 

Dear Shepherd of Thy people, hear . . 569 

Dearest of all the names above . . . 128 

Delay not, delay not, O sinner, draw near 27') 

Depth of mercy, can there be . . . . '28(5 

Did Christ o'er sinners weep ? . •. . . 284 

Didst Thou, dear Jesus, suffer shame ? . 438 

Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord . . 20 

Do not I love Thee, O my Lord ? . . . 378 

Dread Jehovah, God of nations . . . 625 

Early, my God, without delay 
Enthroned on high, almighty Lord 
Eternal Father, strong to save . . 
Eternal Father, when to Thee . . 
Eternal Spirit, we confess . . . 
Everlasting arms of love .... 
Every morning, mercies new . . 

Far as Thy name is known . . 
Far from my heavenly home . . 
Father, again in Jesus' name we meet 
Father, I know that all my life 
Father, I long, I faint to see . . 
Father, let thy smiling face . . 
Father of mercies, bow Thine ear 
Father of mercies, in Thy word 
Father of mercies, send Thy grace 
Father, whate'er of earthly bliss . 
For all the saints, who from their labors 

rest 

For all Thy saints, O God . . . 
For thee, O dear, dear country 
Forever here my rest shall be . 
Forever with the Lord .... 
Fountain of grace, rich, full, and free 
Frequent the day of God returns . 
Friend of sinners, Lord of glory . 
From all that dwell below the skies 
From every stormy wind that blows 
From Greenland's icy mountains . 
From the cross uplifted high . . 
From the table now retiring . . 

Gentle Shepherd, Thou hast stilled 
Gently Lord, O gently lead us . . 



fnfcer M first Xines 



Give me the wings of faith to rise 
Give to the winds thy fears . . . 
Glorious things of thee are spoken 
Glory to God, whose witness train 
Go labor on, spend and be spent . 
Go, labor on while it is day . . . 
Go preach my gospel, said the Lord 
Go to dark Gethsemane .... 
God be with you, till we meet again 
God calling yet. shall I not hear . 
God, in His earthly temple lays . 
God. in the gospel of his Son . . 
God is love, His mercy brightens . 
God is the refuge of His saints 
God moves in a mysterious way . 
God, my King, Thy might confessing 
God, my Supporter and my Hope . 
God of my life, to Thee I call . . 
God of our salvation, hear us . . 
God that madest earth and heaven 
God with us. glorious name . . 
God's glory is a wondrous thing . 
Grace, 'tis a charming sound . . 
Gracious Saviour, gentle Shepherd 
Gracious Spirit, Love divine . . 
Great God, attend while Sion sings 
Great God, how infinite art Thou . 
Great God, indulge my humble claim 
Great God, the nations of the earth 
Great God, we sing that mighty hand 
Great God, what do I see and hear 
Great is the Lord our God .... 
Great King of nations, hear our prayer 
Great God of all Thy churches, hear . 
Guide me. Thou great Jehovah . . 

Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews 
Hail, my ever blessed Jesus .... 
Hail, Thou once despised Jesus . . 
Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad 

morning . 

Hail to the Lord's anointed . . 
Hail to the Prince of light and peace 
Hark, hark, my soul, angelic songs are 

swelling 

Hark, my soul, it is the Lord . . . . 
Hark, ten thousand harps and voices 
Hark the glad sound, the Saviour comes 
Hark, the herald angels sing . . . . 
Hark, the song of Jubilee 



face 



638 Hark, the sound of holy voices 

365 Hark, the voice of Jesus crying 

529 Hark, the voice of love and mercy 

478 Hark, what mean those holy voices 

497 Hasten, Lord, the glorious time . 

498 Hasten, sinner, to be wise . . 
561 He is coming. He is coming . . 
147 He leadeth me, O blessed thought 

26 He lives, the great Redeemer lives 

257 He that goeth forth with weeping . 

535 He that hath made his refuge, God 
228 Heavenly Father, send Thy blessing 
107 Here, my Lord, I see Thee face to 

536 High in the heavens, eternal God . 
92 High in yonder realms of light . . 

521 Holy Father, hear my cry . . . 

339 Holy Father, Thou hast taught me 

432 Holy Ghost, with light divine . . 

25 Holy, holy, holy Lord .... 

39 Holy, holy, holy. Lord God Almighty 

127 Holy Spirit, faithful guide . . 

477 Hosanna to the living Lord . . 

243 How beauteous are then feet . 

647 How blest the righteous, when he dies 

217 How calm and beautiful the morn 

18 How charming is the place . . . 

91 How condescending and how kind 

337 How did my heart rejoice to hear . 

600 How firm a foundation, ye saints of 

627 Lord 

687 How gentle God's command . . 

534 How glorious is the sacred place . 

626 How happy are they, who the Saviour 

580 obey 

333 How helpless guilty nature lies 

How large the promise, how divine 

381 How oft. alas, this wretched heart 

309 How oft have sin and Satan strove 

156 How pleasant, how divinely fair . 
How precious is the book divine . 

59S How sad our state by nature is 

584 How shall the young secure their hearts 

191 How sweet and awful is the place 

How sweet, how heavenly is the sight 

694 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

373 Hew sweetly flowed the gospel sound 

164 How tedious and tasteless the hours 
119 

121 I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus . 

599 I could not do without Thee . . 



the 



flnDej: ot fffrst Xines 



I hear a voice that comes from far 

I hear the words of love . . 

I heard the voice of Jesus say 

I hunger and I thirst . . . 

I know that my Kedeemer lives 

I lay my sins on Jesus . . 

I love thy kingdom, Lord . 

I love to steal awhile away . 

I love to tell the story . . 

I need Thee every hour . . 

I once was a stranger to grace and to God 

I sing th' almighty power of God 

I think when I read that sweet story of 

old 

I wait for Thy salvation, Lord 

I was a wandering sheep 

I would not live alway . . 

If through unruffled seas 

I'll praise my Maker with my breath 

I'll speak the honors of my King . 

I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger 

I'm but a stranger here . . 

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord 

Immortal love, forever full . . . 

In all my vast concerns with Thee 

In every trouble sharp and strong 

In evil long I took delight . 

In heavenly love abiding 

In the cross of Christ I glory 

In the dark and cloudy day 

In the hour of trial . . . 

In Thy name, Lord, assembling 

It came upon the midnight clear 

It is not death to die .... 

It shall be well, let sinners know 

I've found a Friend, such a Friend 



Jehovah reigns, He dwells in light 
Jerusalem, my happy home . . 
Jerusalem, the glorious . . . 
Jerusalem, the golden . . . 
Jesus, and shall it ever be . . 
Jesus came, the heavens adoring 
Jesus, full of all compassion 
Jesus, I love Thy charming name 
Jesus, I my cross have taken . 
Jesus, Lamb of God, for me 
Jesus lives and so shall I . . 
Jesus lives ! thy terrors now 
Jesus, lover of my soul . . . 



HYMN 

275 



297 
455 
175 
299 
606 

44 
236 
492 
307 

97 

645 
402 
382 
674 
433 
516 
133 
662 
712 
439 
135 
109 
327 
290 
397 
143 
424 
171 
1 
116 
675 
328 
306 

102 
697 
710 
690 
436 
184 
308 
377 
446 
145 
681 
169 
331 



Jesus, Master, hear me now 
Jesus, Master, whose I am . 
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me . . 



Jesus, Son of God most high . . 
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me . 
Jesus, the very thought of Thee 
Jesus, these eyes have never seen . 
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's Friend 
Jesus, Thou joy of loving hearts . 
Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness 
Jesus, Thy boundless love to me . 
Jesus, Thy Church with longing eyes 
Jesus, Thy name I love .... 
Jesus, we look to Thee .... 
Jesus, where'er Thy people meet . 
Jesus, who knows full well ... 
Joy to the world, the Lord is come 
Just as I am, without one plea . . 
Just as thou art, without one trace 

Keep silence, all created things . . 
Kingdoms and thrones to God belong 



Laborers of Christ, arise .... 
Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace . 
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling 

gloom 

Lead us, heavenly Father .... 
Let children hear the mighty deeds . 
Let everlasting glories crown . . . 
Let every mortal ear attend .... 
Let me but hear my Saviour say . . 
Let worldly minds the world pursue . 
Let Sion's watchmen all awake . . 
Life is the time to serve the Lord . . 
Lift up your heads, eternal gates . . 
Light of light, enlighten me ... 
Like sheep we went astray .... 
Like the eagle, onward, upward . . 
Lo ! He comes with clouds descending 
Lo ! on a narrow neck of land . . . 
Lo ! the stone is rolled away . . . 
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious . 
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing 
Lord, dost Thou say, " Ask what thou 

wilt " ? 

Lord, forever at Thy side .... 
Lord God of hosts, by all adored . . 



HYMN 
551 

146 
487 
340 
594 
132 
649 
383 
451 
295 
450 
247 
324 
186 
456 
453 
570 
464 
118 
296 
256 

112 
, 104 

496 
71 

, 419 

. 655 

. 633 

. 231 

. 266 

. 437 

. 444 

. 560 

. 658 

, 166 

32 

. 250 

, 502 

, 182 

. 664 

, 160 

, 163 

27 



460 
320 
617 



flnoei: of fffrst TLinee 



HYMN 

Lord God, the Holy Ghost 213 

Lord, how secure my conscience was . 280 

Lord, I am Thine, entirely Thine . . . 318 

Lord, I believe, Thy power I own . . . 349 

Lord, I have made Thy word my choice 79 

Lord, I hear of showers of blessings . . 579 

Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear . 34 

Lord, it belongs not to my care . . . 421 

Lord Jesus, are we one with Thee . . . 298 

Lord of all being, throned afar ... 93 

Lord of the harvest, bend Thine ear . . 659 

Lord of the worlds above 16 

Lord, speak to me, that I may speak . . 499 
Lord, Thou hast searched and seen me 

through 96 

Lord, Thy word abideth 80 

Lord, we come before Thee now ... 17 

Lord, when in Simon's house of yore . 634 

Lord, when we bend before Thy throne . 462 

Love divine, all loves excelling .... 323 

Majestic sweetness sits enthroned . . 129 

Make haste, O man, to live 667 

May He, by whose kind care we meet . 613 
Mid scenes of confusion and creature 

complaints 715 

Mighty God, while angels bless Thee . . 197 

More holiness give me 412 

More love to Thee, Christ .... 372 

Must Jesus bear the cross alone . . . 440 

My days are gliding swiftly by ... . 657 

My dear Redeemer and my Lord . . . 138 

My faith looks up to Thee 357 

My God and Father, while I stray . . 435 

My God, how endless is Thy love ... 36 

My God, is any hour so sweet .... 465 

My God, my Father, blissful name . . 103 

My God, permit me not to be . . . . 445 

My God, the covenant of Thy love . . 329 

My God, the Spring of all my joys . . 384 
My gracious Lord, I own Thy right . .317 

My hope is built on nothing less . . . 354 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 429 

My Saviour, my Almighty Friend . . . 189 

My sins, my sins, my Saviour .... 282 

My soul, be on thy guard 470 

My soul complete in Jesus stands . . . 313 

My soul, how lovely is the place ... 10 

My soul, repeat his praise 527 

My soul, thy great Creator praise . . . 520 



HTJRf 

My soul, weigh not thy life 488 

My spirit, on Thy care 343 

My times are in Thy hand 434 

Nature with open volume stands . . . 229 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 408 

New every morning is the love .... 35 

Night's shadows falling 48 

No more, my God, I boast no more . . 311 

Not all the blood of beasts 246 

Not all the outward forms on earth . . 303 

Not so in haste, my heart 364 

Not to the terrors of the Lord .... 232 

Not what these hands have done . . . 312 
Not worthy, Lord, to gather up the 

crumbs 548 

Now be the gospel banner 588 

Now begin the heavenly theme .... 386 

Now from the altar of my heart ... 55 
Now God be with us, for the night is 

■closing 47 

Now I resolve with all my heart . . . 443 

Now is the accepted time 277 

Now let our cheerful eyes survey . . . 174 

Now let the children of the saints . . . 542 

Now thank we all our God 635 

Now the day is over 41 

Now the laborer's task is o'er .... 678 

Now to the Lord a noble song .... 126 

O bless the Lord, my soul 524 

O blessed souls are they 285 

O bread to pilgrims given 554 

O cease, my wandering soul .... 533 

O could I find, from day to day . . . 404 

O could I speak the matchless worth . . 130 

O day of rest and gladness 64 

O deem not they are blest alone . . . 427 
O eyes that are weary and hearts that 

are sore 362 

O for a closer walk with God .... 414 

O for a faith that will not shrink . . . 348 

O for a heart to praise my God . . . 403 

O for a shout of sacred joy 165 

O for a thousand tongues to sing . . . 203 

O for the death of those 676 

O gift of gifts, O grace of faith .... 351 

O God of Bethel, by whose hand ... 420 

O God, the Rock of Ages 666 

O happy day that fixed my choice . . . 310 



f nSex of 

HYMN 

happy is the man who hears . . . 233 

O holy Lord our God 564 

O holy Saviour, Friend unseen . . . 431 

O Jesus, Saviour of the lost 242 

O Jesus, Thou art standing .... 300 

O Jesus, we adore Thee 153 

O Lamb of God, still keep me .... 400 

O let him whose sorrow 407 

O Lord, be with us when we sail . . . 643 

O Lord, how happy should we be . . . 361 

O Love divine, that stooped to share . . 641 

O Love that will not let me go . . . . 367 

O Mother dear, Jerusalem 695 

O Paradise, O Paradise 705 

O perfect Love, all human thoughts trans- 
cending 636 

O risen Christ, who from Thy throne . 566 

O sacred Head, now wounded .... 152 

O speed thee, Christian, on thy way . 482 

O spirit of the living God 537 

O that I knew the secret place . . . 411 

O that the Lord would guide my ways . 73 

O Thou, from whom all goodness flows . 640 

O Thou, my life, my light, my joy . . 623 

O Thou, that hearest the prayer of faith . 301 

O Thou, the contrite sinner's Friend . . 173 

O Thou, to whom all creatures bow . . 99 

O Thou, to whose all searching sight . 507 

O Thou, whose tender mercy hears . . 291 

O what the joy and the glory must be . 709 

O where are kings and empires now . 539 

O where shall rest be found 221 

O word of God, incarnate 78 

O worship the King all glorious above . 13 

O'er the gloomy hills of darkness . . . 581 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 489 

On Jordan's stormy banks I stand . . 702 

On the mountain top appearing . . . 590 

Once I thought my mountain strong . . 484 

One sweetly solemn thought .... 660 

One there is above all others .... 375 

Onward, Christian soldiers 483 

Our Father, through the coming year . 628 

Our God, our help in ages past ... 90 

Peace, perfect peace in this dark world 

of sin 391 

People of the living God 441 

Pleasant are Thy courts above .... 12 

Plunged in a gulf of dark despair . . . 222 



fffrst Xtnes 

HYMN 

Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion waits . . 618 

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven . . 513 

Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore Him . 515 

Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator . . 514 

Praise ye the Lord, all nature join . . 522 

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire . . . 463 

Prince of peace, control my will . . . 415 

Prostrate, dear Jesus, at Thy feet . . . 292 

Purer yet and purer 406 

Quiet, Lord, my froward heart . . . 392 

Rejoice, all ye believers 179 

Rejoice, the Lord is King 201 

Religion is the chief concern .... 226 

Remember thy Creator now 648 

Return, O wanderer, return 259 

Revive Thy work, O Lord 583 

Rise, crowned with light, imperial Salem, 

rise 596 

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings . . 688 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 249 

Round the Lord in glory seated ... 11 

Safe in the arms of Jesus 347 

Safely through another week .... 59 

Salvation is forever nigh 237 

Salvation, O the joyful sound .... 235 

Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise 23 

Saviour, blessed Saviour 405 

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing . . 40 

Saviour, I follow on 358 

Saviour, I look to Thee 355 

Saviour, like a Shepherd lead us . . . 332 

Saviour, Thy dying love 398 

Saviour, visit Thy plantation .... 577 

Saviour, when in dust to Thee .... 457 

Saviour, who Thy flock art feeding . . 544 

Say, sinner, hath a voice within . . . 276 

Scorn not the slightest word or deed . . 494 

See, Israel's gentle Shepherd stands . . 543 

See, the Conqueror mounts in triumph . 170 

Servant of God, well done (570 

Shepherd of tender youth 652 

Shine, mighty God, on Sion shine . . . 619 

Shout the glad tidings 120 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive . . . 288 

Sin has a thousand treacherous arts . . 225 

Sin like a venomous disease .... 223 

Since Jesus is my Friend 388 

Sing alleluia forth in duteous praise . . 616 
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"ITnDer. ot fffrst Xfnes 



Sinner, art thou still secure . . 
Sinners, behold the Lamb of God 
Sinners, turn, why will ye die . 
Sinners, will ye scorn the message 
Sion stands with hills surrounded 
Sleep thy last sleep . . . 
Slowly sinks the setting sun 
So let our lips and lives express 
Softly fades the twilight ray 
Softly now the light of day . 
Soldiers of Christ, arise . . 
Soldiers of the Cross, arise . 
Sometimes a light surprises . 
Songs of praise the angels sang 
Soon may the last glad song arise 
Souls of men, why will ye scatter 
Sovereign of worlds, display Thy pow 
Sow in the morn thy seed . 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart 
Stand up, and bless the Lord 
Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fear 
Stand up, stand up, for Jesus . . 
Stay, Thou insulted Spirit, stay . 
Still will we trust, though earth i 

dark and dreary 

Stretched on the cross, the Saviour 
Summers suns are glowing . 
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear 
Supreme in wisdom as in power . 
Sweet is the memory of Thy grace 
Sweet is the work, my God, my King 
Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go 
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing 
Swell the anthem, raise the song . 

Take me, my Father, take me . 
Take my life and let it be . . . 
Tarry with me, O my Saviour . . 
Teach me the measure of my days 
Tell me the old, old story . . . 
Ten thousand times ten thousand . 
Thank and praise Jehovah's name 
That awful day will surely come . 
The Church's one foundation . . 
The day is past and gone . . . 
The day is past and over . . . 
The day of wrath, that dreadful day 
The God of Abraham praise . . 
The head that once was crowned i 
thorns 



dies 



th 



[YMN 

2C8 The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord 

248 The homeland, the homeland 

272 The King of love my Shepherd is . . . 

279 The law commands and makes us know 

538 The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall 

679 I know 

60 The Lord Jehovah reigns 

322 The Lord my Shepherd is 

62 The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want . 

49 The morning light is breaking . . . . 

490 The pity of the Lord 

602 The radiant morn hath passed away . . 
385 The sands of time are sinking . . . . 
512 The Saviour calls, let every ear . . . 

603 The Saviour, O what endless charms 
240 The shadows of the evening hours . . 
597 The Son of God goes forth to war . . 
495 The spacious firmament on high . . . 
417 The Spirit breathes upon the word . . 

9 The Spirit in our hearts 

479 The true Messiah now appears . . . 

486 The world is very evil 

207 There is a blessed home 

There is a fountain filled with blood 

360 There is a green hill far away . . . . 

141 There is a God who reigns above . . . 

54 There is a safe and secret place . . . 

46 There is a land of pure delight . . . 

506 There is an hour of peaceful rest . . . 

620 They who seek the throne of grace . . 

523 Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love . 

28 This day at Thy creating word . . . 

555 This is not my place of resting . . . . 

622 This is the day the Lord hath made . . 

Thou art the way, to Thee alone . . . 

399 Thou lovely source of true delight . . 

319 Thou very present aid 

639 Thou w r ho rollest the year around . . 

663 Thou whose almighty word 

239 Thou whose unmeasured temple stands . 

706 Though faint, yet pursuing, w r e go on 

528 our way 

682 Through all the changing scenes of life . 
531 Through the day Thy love has spared us 

53 Thus far the Lord hath led me on 

44 Thy kingdom come, O God . . . 

683 Thy life was given for me . . . 
80 Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heavens 

Thy way, not mine, O Lord . . 

162 Thy way, O God, is in the sea . . 



nVMN 

280 
098 

:}:!4 
238 



509 
101 
342 
330 
587 
661 

51 
677 
278 
131 

38 
491 
100 

75 
265 
134 



713 
251 
149 
685 
341 
698 
704 
468 

57 

58 
701 

67 
137 

72 
366 
630 

82 
568 

508 

105 

52 

56 

605 

154 

98 

430 

416 



fnOey of ffirst Xines 



HTMS 

Till He come, let the words ... 650 

'Tis a point I long to know 481 

'Tis by the faith of joys to come . . . 363 

'Tis by Thy strength the mountains stand 621 

'Tis faith supports my feeble soul . . 350 

'Tis finished, so the Saviour cried . . 144 

"Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow . . 151 

'Tis my happiness below 422 

'Tis not that I did choose Thee ... 241 

To-day the Saviour calls 271 

To-day Thy mercy calls me 264 

To-morrow, Lord, is Thine 668 

To our Redeemer's glorious name . . 380 

To Thee, my God and Saviour . . . 187 

To Thy temple I repair 454 

To us a child of hope is born .... 123 

Tossed upon the raging billow .... 642 

'Twas on that dark, that doleful night . 546 

Unshaken as the sacred hill .... 338 

Upward where the stars are burning . . 711 

Vain are the hopes, the sons of men . . 314 

Wait, my soul, upon the Lord . . . 423 

Wait, my soul, Thy Maker's will . . 425 

Watchman, tell us of the night . . . 585 

We are watching, we are waiting . . . 601 

We bless Thee for Thy peace, O God . 393 

We cannot build alone 567 

We come, Lord, to Thy feet .... 651 

We give Thee but Thine own .... 575 
We would see Jesus, for the shadows 

lengthen 665 

Weary of earth, and laden with my sin . 283 

Welcome, delightful morn 61 

Welcome, sweet day of rest 63 

What a Friend we have in Jesus . . . 469 

What is the thing of greatest price . . 227 

What shall I render to my God . ... 519 



HYMN 

680 
459 
518 
637 



Ye angels, who stand around the throne 
Ye choirs of New Jerusalem . . . 
Ye Christian heralds, go proclaim 
Ye nations, round the earth rejoice . 
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim 

Ye servants of the Lord 

Ye tribes of Adam, join 

Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor . 
Yes, for me, for me He careth . . . 
Your harps, ye trembling saints . . 



142 
576 
125 
29 
359 



581 
273 



What sinners value, I resign . . 

What various hindrances we meet 

When all Thy mercies, O my God 

When gathering clouds rround I view 

When I can read my title clear 

When I survey the wondrous cross 

When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay . 

When marshaled on the nightly plain 

When morning gilds the skies . . 

When sins and fears prevailing rise , 

When Thou, my righteous Judge, shall come 686 

Where high the heavenly temple stands . 176 

While filled with sadness and dismay 

While life prolongs its precious light 

While shepherds watched their flocks by 

night 117 

While Thee I seek, protecting Power . 426 
While with ceaseless course the sun . . 629 
Why do we mourn departing friends . . 673 
Why should the children of a King . . 304 
Why will ye waste on trifling cares . . 274 
With broken heart and contrite sigh . .281 
With heavenly power, O Lord, defend 563 

With joy we hail the sacred day ... 69 
With joy we meditate the grace . . . 176 
With reverence let the saints appear . . 108 
With tearful eyes I look around . . . 294 
With tears of anguish I lament . . . 476 



708 
161 
595 
4 
198 
471 
510 
261 
352 
369 



lln&ei of Cbants 



HYMN 

Gloria in Excelsis 716 

Jublilate Deo 717 

Venite Exultemus Domino 718 

Benedictus 719 

Nunc Dimitis 720 

De Profundis 721 

Magnificat 722 

Cantate Domino 723 



HYMX 

Deus Misereatur 724 

Bonum est Contiteri 725 

Benedic Anima Mea 726 

Sanctus 727 

Gloria Patri 728 

Christ our Passover 729 

At the Baptism of Infants 730 



xviii 



alphabetical flnfcex of Gunes 



ETKH 

A Little While.. . 696 

Abends 437 

Aberystwyth 676 

Abridge 103 

Addison 670 

Adoro 219,637 

Advent 9 

Albano 610 

Albinus 169 

Aldersgate 434 

Aletta 441. 481 

Alexander 536 

Alexandria 

73, 128, 377. 414 

Alford 706 

All Saints 491 

Alleluia Perenne 616 

Alma 428 

Almsgiying 465 

Alphege 692 

Alyan 279 

America 652 

Amsterdam 688 

Anatolius 43 

Ancient of Days 84 

Angel Voices . .' 87 

Angelus 313 

Annue Christe 713 

Antiocb 118 

Anyern 60 

Ariel 130 

Arlington 233, 244 

Armagh 292 

Armenia 134, 226 

Athanaaius 86 

Audley 564 

Aurelia 531 

Austin 140 

Austria 529 

Autumn 197 

Ayison 120 

Ayon 72, 148,224, 640 

Ayondale 393 

Axson 664 

Aynhoe 364 

Azinon 162 

Balerma 293, 444 

Bankneld 63 

Barby 223,574 

Barnby 155 

Barnett 708 

Bartimaeus 308 

Baxter 430 

Beatitudo 66, 1G3, 403 

Beauteous Day 601 

Beddome 565 

Beecher 323 

Belief 449 

Belmont 

63, 150, 188, 330, 420 

Belsize 510 

Bemerton 99, 220 

BenRhydding 524 

Benediction 25 

Beueyento 272. 629 

Bentley 255, 385 

Bera 276. 425,634 

Berlin 681 

Bertha 557 

Berthold 187 



hy Mis- 
Bethany (Mason - 408 

Bethany (Smart). 115. 646 

Bickersteth 391 

Birkdale 360 

Blumenthal 457 

Bonar 711 

Bovlston 312,609 

Bradneld 482 

Bradford 175 

Brattle Street 426 

Bread of Heayen 554 

Bread of Life 553 

Bremen 139 

Brocklesbury 642 

Brookfield...' 136,445 

Brooklyn 567 

Brown'. 44, 663 

Bullinger 267 

Burford 376 

Burlington 620 

Byefield 462 

Cajlkxm 110 

Calyin 452. 534 

Canon bury 5, 209, 576 

Capetown" 215 

Carol 116 

Cassel 511 

Cecilia 605 

Chalyey 631 

Charity 424 

Charlotte 429 

Chautauqua 54 

Chelmsford 473 

Chenies 78 

Chester 373, 505 

Chesterfield 74, 113 

Children's Praises.. . 653 

Chimes 105.621 

China 673 

Christmas 493 

Christopher 262 

Columbia 227, 333 

Come 467 

Come unto Me 255 

Commandments 683 

Communion 142. 25S 

Confidence 256 

Cooling 329 

Coronae 163 

Coronation 196 

Coyentry 76. 442 

Coyert 451,506 

Cowper 251 

Craig 386 

Creation 100 

Crete 474 

Cross of Jesus 555 

Crucifer 446 

Cuyler 249 

Dabxey 361 

Dalehurst 293 

Dallas 415 

Darwall 101, 178 

Day by Day 649 

DeFleurv 371 

Dedham.".34, 222, 323, 638 

Dennis 608 

Diademata 195 

Dix 113 



HYM>- 

Domenica 496, 607 

Dominus Regit me.. 334 

Dorrnance 556. 625 

Downs 339, 379. 494 

Dublin 79 

Duke Street 

363, 580. 618, 627 

Dulce 217 

Dulce Carmen 513 

Dundee 91.568, 643 

Dusseldorf 94 

East Church 435 

Easton 427, 547 

Edina 405 

Edwards 176 

Effingham 57 

Ein Feste Burg 530 

Elim 282 

Elizabethtown 43S 

Ellerton 23 

Elmhurst 173 

Eltham 714 

Elton 410 

Elyet 314 

Elyey 528, 617, 630 

Erfurt 335 

Email 582 

Eshtemoa 551 

Eternity 369 

Etiam et Mihi 579 

Eton College 27 

Eucharist 552 

Eyan 

278. 341, 543, 557, 612 

EvenMe 579 

Eyening Prayer 40 

Eventide . . . . 42 

Eyermore 423 

Ewing 690 

Faben 515 

Faith 350, 404 

Faithful Guide 212 

Farnboro 133 

Farrant 112 

Federal Street 

436, 566, 597, 641 

Felix 317 

Ferguson 527 

Fiat Lux 82, 456 

Flavian 609 

Flemming 431 

Fountain 251 

Franconia 583 

Frederick 6'4 

Fulbert 161 

Gabriel 51 

Ganges 305 

Garden City 53 

Gauntlett.." 604 

Geer 477 

Geneya 513 

Gerar 246 

Gerhardt 153 

Germany 93, 337 

Gethsemane 147 

God be with You 26 

Goetchius 80 



HYMN 

Gopsal 201 

Goshen 270 

Gounod 344 

Grace Church 

247. 507, 571 

Gratitude 36 

Green Hill 75 

Greenland 710 

Greeny i lie 253 

Greenwood 365. 675 

Gregory 192 

Grostette 186 

Guildhall 273 

Halle 359 

Hamburg 144. 229 

Hampden-Sidney 132 

Hanford * 487 

Hanoyer 198 

Happy Day 310 

Hartford . . 302 

Harwell 164 

Hastings 153 

Hayen 83 

Hayergal 154 

Haydn 37 

He'leadeth me 346 

Heathlands 145 

Heayen is my Home 712 

Heber 374 

Heinlein 409 

Hebron 

20, 56, 288, 322, 570 

Hendon 17 

Henry 119 

Hermann 90 

Hermon 287 

Hilda 156 

Hinchman 32 

Hingham 658 

His Foreyer 306 

Holborn 22.228 

Holiness 412 

Holland 499 

Holley 62 

Hollingside 331 

Holly Springs 52 

Hollywood 134 

Holy Church 299 

Holy Cross 303.569 

Holy Trinity 368 

Holywell..." 97 

Home 715 

Homeland 691 

Horsley 149, 448 

Horton 463 

Hosannah 14 

Howard 280 

Hursley 46 

I LOYE TO TELL 
THE STORY 236 

Ilia 4.U) 

Ilsley 240 

I'm a Pilgrim 662 

In Memoriam 545 

Innocents 512 

Integer 48 

Intercession 562 

Invitation 263 

Italian Hymn 81, 564 



xix 



Blpbabettcal ITnOej: of Gunes 



HTM>' 

Jamison 321 

Jewett 421) 

Jordan 126 

Jubilee 599 

Just as I am 296 

Keble 535 

Kedron 408 

Kidlington 102 

Knightsbridge 707 

Lab ax 470 

Lacy 668 

Lafayette 353 

Lambeth 137, 394 

Lancashire 179 

Land of Rest 615 

Lanesboro 68 

Langdon 6G0 

Langran 283 

Laud 202 

Laudes Domini 29 

Lebanon 382 

Leicester 70, 611 

Leighton 213, 387, 667 

Leipsig 237 

Lenoir 490 

Lenox 234 

Leonard 38 

Leoni 89 

Leslie 158 

Lexington 466 

Lindisfarne 169 

Lisbon 7, 661 

Liscber 61 

Lorraine 164 

Louvan 208,381 

Love Divine 701 

Loving Kindness. . . . 190 

Lowrance 355 

Luther's Hymn 687 

Luton 206 

Lux Benigna 419 

LuxEoi 180 

Lux Prima 37 

Lyndhurst 406 

Lvons 13 

Lyte 703 

Maidstone 12 

Mainzer 3, 172,245 

Maitland 440 

Manchester 248 

Manoah 24, 111,131 

Mant 11 

Margaret 367 

Marguerite 378, 697 

Muken 613 

Marlow 266,475 

Martyn 331 

Materna 695 

Matthias 28 

Mear 290,416,626 

Meinhold 671 

Melcombe 35, 537 

Melita 644 

Mendebras 64 

Mendelssohn 121 

Mendon 522,561,685 

Mercy 218,422 

Meredith 300 

Meribah 301,686 

Messiah 592 

Migdol l!) 

Miles ham- 196 

Milster 307 

.Miriam 666 

Missionary Chant 

104, 197,563,696 
Missionary Hymn . . . 586 

Mobile i 362 

Monkland 127 



HYMN 

Monsell 356 

Monson 10 

Montgomery 647 

Moravia 343 

Morecambe 548 

Morning Hvmn 33 

Morning Star 114 

Mornington 214 

Moscow 596 

Moseley 455 

Mount Calvary 511 

Mozart '. . . 231,523 

Munus 622 

Muriel 375 

Naomi 390 

Nashville 516 

Nathaniel 461 

Nativity 203 

Neale .' 651 

Neander 538 

Nearer Home 656 

Need 492 

Nettleton 511 

New Haven 210 

Sewland 396 

Nicaea 88 

Nicolai 370 

Nightfall 47 

Northrepps 304 

Norwich 263 

Nottingham 109, 633 

Nox Praecessit 

8, 71, 478, 619 

Nun Danket 635 

Nuremburg 484 

Nutheld 39 

O Perfect Love... 636 

O Quanta 709 

Oaksville 380 

Old Hundredth 2 

Old, OldStorv 236 

Oliphant 333 

Olive's Brow 151 

Olivet 357 

Olmutz 277, 488 

Olney 342 

Ortonville 129, 698 

Oswald 309 

Oswin 439 

Palmer 476 

Paradise 705 

Park Street.. .95, 194, 395 

Passion Chorale 152 

Pax Dei 417 

Peace 678 

Pearsall 689 

Pekin 285 

Peniel 384 

Penitence 171 

Penitentia 549 

Pentonville 250 

Peterborough 98 

Phuvah 411 

Pilgrims 694 

Pilot 340 

Pleasant Pastures... 332 

Plevel's Hymn 504 

Plumer 123 

Polycarp 446 

Portuguese Hymn . . 325 

Posen 159 

Potsdam 471 

I 'raver 463 

Preston 669 

Prince .'i'-'l 

Prince of Peace 421 

Princethorpe 654 

Protection 325 

Pruen 454 

Purleigh 301 



JIYMN 
QUEBEC 311,450 

Raphael 1 

Rathbun 143 

Ratisbon 30 

Ravnolds 15 

Reed 61 

Refuge 331 

Regent Square . . .122, 572 

Remsen 225 

Repose 392 

Resignation 418 

Rest 672 

Ressurrexit 168 

Retreat 458 

Rex Gloria? 170 

Rhodes 453,464 

Rivaulx 294 

Robinson 508 

Rochester 232 

Rockingham 138, 259 

Holland 238 

Romberg 204 

Rose Hill 4,274 

Rosefield 315 

Rothwell 177 

Rotterdam 64 

Rouen 182 

Rutherford 677 

Sabbata 623 

Sabbath 59 

Safe in the Arms of 

Jesus 347 

St. Agnes. . . .205, 349, 700 

St. Andrew 181 

St. Anne ....90,539 

St. Bride's 221 

St. Crispin 96 

St. John 167 

St. John's College, 67, 525 

St. Luke 289 

St. Martin's 117 

St. Peter .... 189, 519, 628 

St. Paul's 520 

St. Thomas 

193, 472, 526, 60G 

Samson 85 

Sanctuary 501 

Sardis 544 

Sarum 614 

Sauveur 327 

Savoy Chapel 241 

Sawley 295, 383 

Saxby 432 

Schumann . . .77, 216, 558 

Seasons 262,459 

Sebastian 550 

Segur 333 

Serenity 135 

Sessions 318 

Seymour 49, 286 

Shining Shore 657 

Shirland 316 

Sicily 'J7, 577 

Sienna 185 

Silcher 602 

Siloam 650 

Silver Street 106, 243, 495 

Solitude 320 

Something for Jesus 398 

Southwell 55, 174 

Spanish Hymn 251 

Spohr 401 

Stainelille 581 

State Street 284,632 

Stephanos 267 

Stephens 65, 41 :;, 678 

Stiastnv 275 

Stockwell 500 

StSrl 684 

Stratford 400 

Stuttgardt 124,521 



HYMN 

Sullivan 483 

Sunset 51 

Mipplication 39!' 

Surrey 354 

Swan wick 34S 

Sweet Story 045 

Sylvester 632,639 

Tallis's Canon* 45 

Tallis*s Evening Hymn 

45 
Tallis's Ordinal . .261, 540 

Tappan 7u'_' 

Temple 69 

Thatcher, 265, 366, 433, 575 

The Last Sleep 679 

Theodora 326 

Theodulph 157 

Theresa 486 

Tichfield <>24 

To-dav 271 

Topla'dy 249 

Triumphant 191 

Troyte, No. 1 42,435 

Truro 126,591 

Trust 502 

Twilight 41 

University Collkgi: 
489 

Urswicke 200 

Uxbridge 230, 269 

Yalentia 351 

Varina 297, 699 

Venice 2G4 

Yernon 50 

Via Bona 458 

Via Pacis 16 

Vienna 319, 389 

Vigil 533 

Vigilate 503 

Visio Domini 665 

Vox Angelica 694 

Vox Dilecti 297 

Waddell 352 

Waltham 58, 47<», 498 

Ward 336 

Ware 443, 680 

Wareham is, 517 

Waring 397 

Warner 281 

Warrington 211,594 

Warwick 108, 5f>0 

Watchman 585 

Webb 486, 687 

Weimar 603 

Welton 207, 257 

Wesley 598 

Westminster 372 

What a Friend we 

Have in .Jesus. . . 469 

Whitner 57.'. 

Wildersmoutb 589 

Willington 260 

Wilmot 17 

Winchester, New 480 

Winchester, Old 166 

Windham 4.7. 54(5 

Windsor 682 

Winterton 368 

Woodland 701 

Woodstock 4 2 

Wood worth 296 

York 92 

Zephyr 141,669 

Zerah 97 

Zion 140, 538, 690 

Zoan 534 



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S. 31 

Aberystwyth G76 

Addison G70 

Advent 9 

Aldersgate 434 

Aynhoe 364 

Bankfield 63 

Ben Rbydding 524 

Bovlston. 312,(509 

Calvin 452,534 

Dennis 608 

Domenica 496, 607 

Eternity 369 

Ferguson 527 

Franconia 583 

Garden City 53 

Gauntlett 604 

Gerar 246 

Greenwood 365, 675 

Jamison 321 

Laban 470 

Lacy 668 

Langdon 660 

Leigbton 213, 387, 667 

Lenoir 490 

Lexington 466 

Lisbon 7,661 

Lyte 703 

Monsell 356 

Moravia 343 

Mornington 214 

Neale 651 

Newland 396 

Olmutz 277,488 

Olnev 342 

Pekiii 285 

Pentonville 250 

Potsdam 471 

Rhodes 453, 4i '4 

St. Bride's 221 

St. Thomas 

193, 472, 526, 606 

Schumann 77, 216, 558 

Shirland 316 

Sienna 185 

Silver Street 

106, 243, 495 

State Street 284,532 

Thatcher 

265, 366, 433, 575 
Vigil 533 

S. M. D. 

Chalvey 631 

Diadeniata 195 

Lebanon 382 

Nearer Home 056 

CM. 

Abridge 103 

Albano 610 

Alexandria 

73, 128, 377, 414 

Antioch 118 

Arlington 233, 244 

Armagh 292 

Armenia 134, 226 

Avon 72, 148,224, 640 



HYMN 

Avondale 393 

Azmon 162 

Balerma 293, 444 

Barby 223, 574 

Beatitudo 66, 165,403 

Belief 449 

Belmont 

69, 150, 1SS, 330, 420 

Bemerton 99, 220 

Bertha 557 

Bradfield 482 

Bradford 175 

Brown 44,663 

Burford 376 

Burlington 620 

Byefield 462 

Chelmsford 473 

Chesterfield 74, 118 

Chimes 105, 621 

China 673 

Christmas 493 

Columbia 227,338 

Cooling 329 

Coronation 196 

Coventry 76, 442 

Covert 451,506 

Cowper 251 

Dalehurst 298 

Dedham 

34, 222, 328, 638 

Downs 33 J, 379,494 

Dublin 79 

Dundee 91,568,643 

Edwards 176 

Elizabethtown 438 

Elvet 314 

Evan 

27S, 341, 543, 557, 612 

Faith 350,404 

Farr-.boro 133 

Farrant 112 

Flavian 600 

Fountain 251 

Fulbert 161 

Geer 477 

Geneva 518 

Green Hill 75 

Heber 374 

Henry 119 

Hermann 90 

Hermon 287 

Holy Cross 303, 569 

Holy Trinity 368 

Holywell 97 

Horsley 149,448 

Howard 280 

Lambeth 137, 394 

Lanesboro 68 

Laud 202 

Leicester 70, 611 

Maitland 440 

Manchester 248 

Manoah 24, 111, 131 

Marguerite 378, 697 

Mario w 266, 475 

Mear. 290,416,626 

Miles Lane 196 

Monson 10 

Mount Calvary 541 

Naomi 390 

Nathaniel 461 



HYMN 

Nativity 203 

Northrepps 304 

Nottingham 109, 633 

Nox Praecessit 

8, 71, 478, 619 

Oaksville 380 

Ortonville 129,698 

Oswin 439 

Palmer 476 

Peniel 384 

Peterborough 98 

Phuvah 411 

Prayer 463 

Prince of Peace 421 

Remsen 225 

Rochester 232 

Romberg 204 

Sabbata 623 

St. Agnes 205, 349. 700 

St. Anne 90,539 

St. John's College 

67, 525 

St. Martin's 117 

St. Peter 189, 519, 628 

Sauveur 327 

Sawlev 295,383 

Serenity 135 

Siloam 650 

Southwell 55, 174 

Spohr 401 

Stephens 65, 413, 578 

Swanwick 348 

Tallis's Ordinal. .261. 540 

Tappan 702 

Yalentia 351 

Warwick 108,560 

Whitner 573 

Winchester, Old, 166 

Windsor 682 

Woodstock 402 

York 92 

Zerah 97 

C. M. D. 

All Saints 491 

Brattle Street 426 

Carol 116 

Land of Rest 615 

Leonard 38 

Materna 695 

Plumer 123 

Yarina 297, 699 

YoxDilecti 297 

C. 31. with Refrain. 

Children's Praises. . 653 

L. 31. 

Abends 437 

Alexander 536 

Angelus 313 

Anvern 60 

Beddome 565 

Bera 276, 425, 634 

Brookfield 136,445 

Canonbury 5, 209, 576 

Commandments 683 

Communion 142, 258 



HYMN 

Duke Street 

363, 580, 618, 627 

Dusseldorf 94 

Easton 427, 547 

Effingham 57 

Erfurt 335 

Ernan 582 

Federal Street 

436, 566, 597, 641 

Felix 317 

Germany 93, 337 

Grace Church 

247, 507, 571 

Gratitude 36 

Gregory 192 

Grostette 186 

Guildhall 273 

Halle 3.59 

Hamburg 144,229 

Hebron 

20, 56, 288, 322, 570 

Hingham 658 

Hoi born 22,228 

Holland 499 

Hursley 46 

Ilia 460 

In Memoriam 545 

Intercession 562 

Keble 535 

Kidlington 102 

Leipsig 237 

Louvan 208, 381 

Luton 206 

Mainzer 3, 172. 245 

Marken 613 

Melcombe 35, 8 7 

Mendon 522,561,685 

Migdol . ... 19 

Missionary Chant 

104, 497, 563, 595 

Mornin g H vran 33 

Mozart 231,523 

Old Hundredth 2 

Olive's Brow 151 

Park Street... 95, 194,395 

Quebec 311. 450 

Rest 672 

Retreat 458 

Rivaulx 294 

Rockingham 138. 259 

Rolland 238 

Rose Hill 4,274 

Rothwell 1.7 

St. Crispin 96 

St. Luke 289 

St. Paul's 520 

Samson 85 

Saxbv 432 

Seasons 262.459 

Sessions 318 

Staincliffe 581 

Stiastny 275 

Tallis's' Canon 45 

Tallis's Evening Hvmn 
45 

Triumphant 191 

Truro 126, 591 

Uxbridge 230,269 

Via Bona 458 

Waltham 58,479,498 

Ward 336 



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HYMN 

Ware 443,680 

Wareham 18, 517 

Warner 281 

Warrington 211, 594 

Weimar 603 

Wei ton 207, 257 

Willington 260 

Winchester, New. . . 480 

Windham 447, 546 

Woodworth 206 

Zephyr 141,669 

In M. D. 

Creation 100 

Jordan 125 

Is. M. with Refrain. 

Happy Day 310 

He Leadeth Me 346 

Hosannah 14 

Loving Kindness 190 

Matthias 28 

4. 6. 4. 6. D. 

The Last Sleep 679 

6. 4. 6. 4. 

To-day 271 

6. 4. 6. 4. D. 

Bread of Life 553 

G. 4. 6. 4. 6. 6. 4. 

Bethany 408 

Kedron 408 

Something for Jesus 398 

Westminster 372 

6. 4. 6. 4. 6. 6. 6. 4. 

Heaven is My Home 712 
Winterton 358 

6. 4. 6. 4. 7. 6. 7. 4. 

Need 492 

6. 5. 6. 5. 

Twilight 41 

6. 5. 6. 5. D. 

Crete 474 

Edina 405 

Holiness 412 

Lyndhurst 406 

Penitence 171 

Princethorpe 654 

Urswicke 200 

6. 5. 6. 5. D. with 
Refrain. 

Sullivan 483 

Theresa 485 

6. 6. 4. 6. 6. G. 4. 

America 652 

Audley 564 

Fiat Lux 82, 456 

Italian Hymn 81, 564 

Lowrance 355 

Now Haven 210 

Olivet 357 



HYMN 

6. 6. 6. 6 

Cecilia 605 

Goetchius 80 

Moseley 455 

6. 6. 6. 6. 4. 4. 4. 4. 

Belsize 519 

Brooklyn 567 

Via Pacis 16 

6. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6. 

Havergal 154 

Laudes Domini 29 

6. 6. 6. 6. D. 

Annue Christe 713 

Baxter 430 

Charlotte 429 

Invitation 263 

Jewett 429 

6. 6. 6. 6. 8. 8. 

Calkin 110 

Darwall 101,178 

Gopsal 201 

Lenox 234 

Lischer 61 

Reed 61 

St. John 167 

6. 6. 8. 4. D. 

Leoni 89 

6. 7.6. 7.6.6.6.6. 

NunDanket 635 

7. 6. 7. 6. 
Alphege 692 

7. 6. 7.6. with Refrain. 

Theodulph 157 

7. 6. 7. 6. 7. 6. 7. 5. 
Rutherford 677 

7. 6. 7. 6. D. 

Aurella 531 

Bentley 255,385 

Berthold 187 

Bread of Heaven 554 

Chenies 78 

Christopher 252 

Come unto Me 255 

Elim 282 

Ewing 690 

Gerhardt 153 

Greenland 710 

Hartford 302 

Hilda 156 

Holy Church 299 

Homeland 691 

Lancashire 179 

Mendebas 64 

Meredith 300 

Miriam 666 

Missionary Hymn... 586 

Passion Chorale 152 

Pearsall 689 

Rotterdam 64 

Savoy Chapel 241 

Stratford 400 

Venice 264 

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HYMN 

Waring 397 

Webb 486, 587 

Zoan 584 

7. 6. 7. 6. D. with Re- 
frain. 

I Love to Tell the 

Story 236 

Old, Old Story 239 

Safe in the Arms of 
Jesus 347 

7. 6. 7. 6. 7. 7. 7. 6. 
Amsterdam 688 

7. 6. 7. 6. 8. 8. 

Anatolius 43 

7. 6. 8. 6. D. 

Alford 706 

7. 6. 8. 6. 8. 6. 8. 6. 

Christopher 252 

7. 7. 7. 3. 
Yigilate 503 

7. 7. 7.5. 

Capetown 215 

Charity 424 

7. 7. 7. 6. 
Hampden-Sidney 132 

7. 7. 7. 7. 

Aletta 441,481 

Chester 373,505 

Come 467 

Dallas 415 

Dulce 217 

Eshtemoa 551 

Evermore 423 

Haven 83 

Heinlein 409 

Hendon 17 

Holley 62 

Horton 468 

Innocents 512 

Mercy 218,422 

Monkland 127 

Munus 622 

Norwich 268 

Pleyel's Hymn 504 

Posen 159 

Pruen 454 

Rathbun 143 

Seymour 49, 286 

Silcher 602 

Solitude 320 

Theodora 326 

University College. . 489 

Vernon 50 

Vienna 319,388 

7. 7. 7. 7. 4. with Re- 
frain. 

Chautauqua 54 

7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 

Athanasius 86 

Cuyler 249 

Dix 113 



HYMN 

Gethsemane 147 

Heathlands 145 

Nicolai 370 

Niiremburg 484 

Pilot 340 

Ratisbon 30 

Repose , 392 

Rosefleld 315 

Sabbath 59 

Sebastian 550 

Spanish Hymn 254 

Temple 59 

Toplady 249 

7. 7.7. 7. D. 

Benevento 272, 629 

Blumenthal 457 

Eltham 714 

Elvey 528, 617, 630 

Faithful Guide 212 

Hollingside 331 

Jubilee 599 

Maidstone 12 

Martyn ' 331 

Mendelssohn 121 

Messiah 592 

Refuge 331 

Tichfield 624 

Watchman 585 

7.7.7. 7.8.8. 
Peace 678 

7. 8. 7. 8. 4. 

Albinus 169 

Lindisfarn« 169 

7. 8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 

Hinchman 32 

Meinhold 671 

Berlin 681 

8. 4. 7. 8. 4. 7. 

Haydn 37 

Lux Prima 37 

8. 4. 8. 4. 8. 8. 8. 4. 

Nutfield 39 

8. 5 .8. 3. 

Bullinger 267 

Lafayette 353 

Stephanos 267 

8. 5. 8. 5. 8. 4. 3. 

Angel Voices 87 

8. 6. 8. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6. 

Paradise 705 

8. 6. 8. 6. 8. 6, 

Resignation 418 

8. 6. 8. 6. 8. 8. 

Hastings 158 

Leslie 158 

8. 6. 8. 8. 6. 

Elton 410 

Woodland 704 



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HYMN 

8. 7. 8. 7. 

Bartimaeus 308 

Brocklesbury 642 

Cross of Jesus 555 

Dallas -115 

Day by Day 649 

Domin us Regit me.. 334 

Don-nance 556, 625 

Evening Prayer ^40 

Love Divine 701 

Oswald 309 

Rathbun 143 

Sardis 544 

Stockwell 500 

Stuttgardt 124,521 

Sylvester 032, 639 

Trust 502 

Waddell 352 

Wilmot 107 

8. 7. 8. 7. with 
Refrain. 

Beauteous Day 601 

8. 7. 8. 7. 3. 

Etiam et Mibi 579 

Even Me 579 

8. 7. 8. 7. 4. 7. 

Alvan 279 

Austin 140 

Benediction 25 

Coronae 163 

Eton College 27 

Oliphant 333 

Raphael 1 

Segur 333 

Storl 084 

Wildersmouth 583 

Zion 140,538, 5J0 

8. 7. 8. 7. 6. 6. G. 6. 7. 

Ein Feste Burg 530 

8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 5. 7. 5. 
with Refrain. 

Resurrexit 168 

8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 7. 

Harwell 164 

Holly Springs 52 

Lorraine 164 

Muriel 375 

8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 7. 

Dulce Carmen 513 

Hollywood 184 



HYMN 

Montgomery 647 

Neander 533 

Pleasant Pastures.. . 332 
Regent Square. . .122, 572 

Rouen 182 

Sicily 27, 577 

8. 7. 8. 7. D. 

Austria 529 

Autumn 197 

Beecher 323 

Bethany 115, 646 

Cassel 511 

Crucifer 446 

Faben 515 

Gounod 344 

Greenville 253 

Hi'da 156 

His Forever 306 

ilsley 240 

Knigntsbridge 707 

LuxEoi 180 

Mant 11 

Nettleton 511 

Polvcarp 446 

Preston 659 

Rex Gloriae 170 

St. Andrew 181 

Sanctuary 501 

Shining Shore 657 

Supplication 399 

What a Friend we 
have in Jesus... 469 

8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 8. 7. 
Luther's Hymn 687 

8. 8. 6. 8. 8. 6. 

Ariel 130 

Axson 664 

Dabney 361 

Ganges 305 

Meribah 301,686 

Purleigh 301 

8. 8. 7. 8. 8. 7. 

Bonar 711 

Barnby 155 

8. 8. 8. 4. 

Almsgiving 465 

East Church 435 

Hanford 487 

Gabriel 51 

Sunset 51 

Troyte, No 1 435 

8. 8. 8. 6. 

Confidence 256 

Elmhurst 173 



HYMN 

Flemming 431 

Just as 1 am 296 

8. 8. 8. 8. G. 

Margaret 367 

8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 

Adoro 219,637 

Bremen 139 

Melita 644 

Nashville 516 

Prince 324 

Surrey 354 

8. 8. 8. 8. D. 

Barnett 708 

DeFleury 371 

9. 8. 8. 9. with 
Refrain. 

God be with You 26 



9. 8. 9. 8. 

Eucharist 552 

10. 4. 10. 4. 10. 10. 

Lux Benigna 419 

10. 10. 

Bickersteth 391 

10. 10. 7. 

Alleluia Perenne 616 

10. 10. 10. 4. 

Sarum 614 

10. 10. 10. 10. 

Ellerton 23 

Eventide 42 

Langran 283 

Morecombe 548 

Moscow 596 

O Quanta 709 

Pax Dei 417 

Penitentia 549 

Raynolds 15 

10. 10. 11. 11. 

Hanover 198 

Lyons 13 

11. 8. 11. 9. 

Sweet Story 645 



HYMK 
11.9. 12.9. 

Craig 386 

11. 10. 11. G. 

Birkdale 300 

11. 10. 11. 9. 

Moscow 596 

11. 10. 11. 10. 

Alma 428 

Ancient of Days 84 

O Perfect Love G36 

Morning Star 114 

Visio Domini 665 

Wesley 598 

11. 10. 11. 10. 9. 11. 

Pilgrims 694 

Vox Angelica 694 

11.11.11.5. 

Integer 48 

Nightfall 47 

11. 11. 11. 11. 

Frederick 674 

Goshen 270 

Milster 307 

Mobile 362 

Portuguese Hymn .. . 325 

Protection 325 

Robinson 508 

11. 11. 11. 11. with 
Refrain. 

Home 715 

11. 11. 12. 11. with 
Refrain. 

Avison 120 

11 12. 12. 10. 

Nicaea 88 

P.M. 

I'm a Pilgrim 662 

Chant. 

A Little While 696 

Troyte, No. 1 42,435 



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Then be His love in Christ proclaimed, 
"With all our ransomed powers. 

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The Lord your God adore ; 
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3 The earth, with its store of wonders untold, 
Almighty, Thy power hath founded of old, 
Hath 'stablished it fast by a changeless decree, 
And round it hath cast, like a mantle, the sea. 

4 Thy bountiful care, what tongue can recite ? 
It breathes in the air, it shines in the light, 

It streams from the hills, it descends to the plain, 
And sweetly distils in the dew and the rain. 

5 Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, 
In Thee do we trust, nor find Thee to fail. 
Thy mercies how tender ! how firm to the end ! 
Our Maker, Defender, Kedeemer, and Friend ! 

6 measureless Might ! ineffable Love ! 
While angels delight to hymn Thee above, 
The humbler creation, though feeble their lays, 
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3 Saviour, with protecting care, 
Return to this Thy house of prayer, 
Assembled in Thy sacred name, 
Where Ave Thy parting promise claim. 

Hosanna, Lord ! Hosanna in the highest ! 

4 But, chiefest, in our cleansed breast, 
Eternal ! bid Thy Spirit rest, 

And make our secret soul to be 
A temple, pure, and worthy Thee ! 

Hosanna, Lord ! Hosanna in the highest ! 

5 So, in the last and dreadful day, 
When earth and heaven shall melt away, 
Thy flock, redeem'd from sinful stain, 
Shall swell the sound of praise again. 

Hosanna, Lord ! Hosanna in the highest ! 

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Is not our life with hourly mercies crowned ? 
Does not Thine arm encircle us around ? 

3 Alas ! unworthy of Thy boundless love, 

Too oft with careless feet from Thee we rove ; 
But now, encouraged by Thy voice, we come, 
Returning sinners, to a Father's home. 

4 O, by that name in which all fulness dwells, 
O, by that love which every love excels, 

0, by that blood so freely shed for sin, 

Open blest mercy's gate, and take us in ! 

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Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



1 Lord, we come before Thee now, 
At Thy feet we humbly bow ; 
0, do not our suit disdain ! 

Shall we seek Thee, Lord, in vain ? 

2 Lord, on Thee our souls depend ; 
In compassion now descend ; 

Fill our hearts with Thy rich grace, 
Tune our lips to sing Thy praise. 

3 In Thine own appointed way, 
Xow we seek Thee ; here we stay ; 



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Till a blessing Thou bestow. 

Send some message from Thy word, 
That may joy and peace afford; 
Let Thy spirit now impart 
Full salvation to each heart. 

Comfort those who weep and mourn 
Let the time of joy return ; 
Heal the sick ; the captive free ; 
Let us all rejoice in Thee. 

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God, our King, whose sovereign sway 
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Guard Thou the lips from sin, the hearts from shame, 
That in this house have called upon Thy name. 

3 Grant us Thy peace, Lord, through the coming night ; 
Turn Thou for us its darkness into light ; 

From harm and danger keep Thy children free, 
For dark and light are both alike to Thee. 

4 Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly life, 
Our balm in sorrow, and our stay in strife ; 
Then, when Thy voice shall bid our conflict cease, 
Call us, Lord, to Thine eternal peace. 

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And righteous fruits abound. 

2 Let not the foe of Christ and man 

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Produce the fruits of joy. 

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To raise us to Thy throne, 

Return to Thee, and sadly tell 
That we reject Thy Son. 

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3 Grant us, dear Lord, from evil ways 

True absolution and release ; 
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With purity and inward peace. 
Thro' life's long day and death's dark night, 

gentle Jesus, be our Light. 

4 Do more than pardon, give us joy, 

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And loving hearts without alloy. 

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Thro' life's long day and death's dark night, 

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5 For all we love, the poor, the sad, 

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Thro' life's long day and death's dark night, 

O gentle Jesus, be our Light. 

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29 LAUDES DOMINI 6.6.6.6.6.6 



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May Jesus Christ be praised ! 
This song of sacred joy, 
It never seems to cloy, 

May Jesus Christ be praised ! 

4 When sleep her balm denies, 
My silent spirit sighs, 

May Jesus Christ be praised ! 
When evil thoughts molest, 
With this I shield my breast, 

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The powers of darkness fear, 
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May Jesus Christ be praised ! 

In heaven's eternal bliss 
The loveliest strain is this, 

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Let earth, and sea. and sky 
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Be this the eternal song 
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Ev'ry morning mercies new 
Fall as fresh as morning dew ; 
Ev'ry morning let us pay 
Tribute with the early day ; 
For Thy mercies, Lord, are sure, 
Thy compassion doth endure. 

Still the greatness of Thy love 
Daily doth our sins remove ; 
Daily, far as east from west, 
Lifts the burden from the breast ; 
Gives unbought, to those who pray, 
Strength to stand in evil day. 



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Pierce the gloom of sin and grief ; 
Fill me, Radiancy Divine, 
Scatter all my unbelief ; 
More and more Thyself display, 
Shining to the perfect day. 

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Let our prayers each morn prevail, 
That these gifts may never fail ; 
And, as we confess the sin 
And the tempter's power within, 
Every morning for the strife, 
Feed us with the Bread of Life. 

As the morning light returns, 
As the sun with splendor burns, 
Teach us still to turn to Thee, 
Ever blessed Trinity, 
With our hands our hearts to raise, 
In unfailing prayer and praise. 

Rev. Greville Phillimore, 1863; 



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3 Kindle Thou the sacrifice 

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Clear the shadows from mine eyes, 

That, from every error flying, 
No strange fire may in me glow 
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6 Hence all care, all vanity, 

For the day to God is holy : 
Come, Thou glorious majesty, 

Deign to fill this temple lowly ; 
Naught today my soul shall move, 
Simply resting in Thy love. 



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All I design, or do, or say ; 
That all my powers, with all their 
In Thy sole glory may unite, [might, 
Praise Godfrom whom all blessings flow, 
Praise Him all creatures here below r ; 
Praise Him above, ye heav'nly host : 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 
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Xew treasures still, of countless price, 
God will provide for sacrifice. 



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Will furnish all we ought to ask — 
Room to deny ourselves, a road 

To bring us daily nearer God. 

5 Only, Lord, in Thy dear love, 
Fit us for perfect rest above, 
And help us, this and every day, 
To live more nearly as we pray. 

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To Thee I consecrate my days ; 

Perpetual blessings from Thy hand 
Demand perpetual songs of praise. 

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And convert thee, Rise in gladness, 

When thou evil wouldst pursue. That far brighter Sun to greet. 

3 Think that He thy ways beholdeth ; 5 Only God's free gifts abuse not, 
He unfoldeth Light refuse not, 

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But let the incense of our prayers 

Before Thy mercy rise. 
The brightness of the coming night 

Upon the darkness rolls ; 
With hopes of future glory chase 

The shadows from our souls. 

3 Slowly the rays of daylight fade : 

So fade within our heart 
The hopes in earthly love and joy, 
That one by one depart. 



Slowly the bright stars, one by one, 
Within the heavens shine : 

Give us, Lord, fresh hopes in heaven, 
And trust in things divine. 

Let peace, O Lord, Thy peace, God, 

Upon our souls descend ; 
From midnight fears, and perils, Thou 

Our trembling hearts defend. 
Give us a respite from our toil ; 

Calm and subdue our woes ; 
Through the long day w r e labor, Lord, 

0, give us now repose. 

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But to reign in glory take us 
With Thee on high. 

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1 Saviour, breathe an evening blessing, 3 Though the night be dark and drear\', 

Ere repose our spirits seal; Darkness cannot hide from Thee; 

Sin and want we come confessing ; Thou art He who, never weary, 

Thou canst save, and Thou canst heal. Watchest where Thy people be. 

2 Though destruction walk around us, 4 Should swift death this night o'ertake 

Though the arrow past us fly; And our couch become our tomb, [us, 

Angel-guards from Thee surround us, May the morn in heaven awake us, 
We are safe if Thou art nigh. Clad in light and deathless bloom. 

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4 Comfort every sufferer 

Watching late in pain ; 

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Then may I arise 
Pure, and fresh, and sinless 
In Thy holy eyes. 

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2 Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day ; 
Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away ; 
Change and decay in all around I see : 

Thou who changest not, abide with me ! 

3 I need Thy presence every passing hour : 

What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power ? 
Who like Thyself my guide and stay can be ? 
Through cloud and sunshine, 0, abide with me ! 

4 I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless ; 
Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. 
Where is death's sting ? where, grave, thy victory ? 

1 triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 

5 Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes ; 
Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies. 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee — 
In life, in death, Lord, abide with me ! 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847 

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How many are the perils 
Through which I have to go. 

Lover of men, hear my call, 

And guard and save me from them all ! 

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I love in solitude to shed 

The penitential tear, 
And all His promises to plead, 

Where none but God can hear. 
I love to think on mercies past, 

And future good implore, 
And all my cares and sorrows cast 

On Him whom I adore. 



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I love by faith to take a view 

Of brighter scenes in heaven ; 
The prospect does my strength renew, 

While here by tempests driven. 
5 Thus, when life's toilsome day is o'er, 

May its departing ray 
Be calm as this impressive hour, 

And lead to endless day. 

Phoebe H. Browne, 1818; Alt. in Village Hymns, 1824 
Thomas Tallis, 1560 




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Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, 3 Teach me to live, that I may dread 

The ill that I this day have done ; The grave as little as my bed ; 

That with the world, myself, and Thee, To die, that this vile body may 

I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. Rise glorious at the awful day. 

4 0, may my soul on Thee repose, 

And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close — 
Sleep, that may me more vigorous make 
To serve my God when I awake. 

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My soul with heav'nly tho't's supply- 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 
]So powers of darkness me molest. 

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6 0, when shall I, in endless day, 
Forever chase dark sleep away, 
And hymns with the supernal choir 
Incessant sing, and never tire? 

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My weary eyelids gently steep, 

Be my last thought, how sweet to rest 
For ever on my Saviour's breast. 

3 Abide with me from morn till eve, 
For without Thee I cannot live ; 
Abide with me when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I dare not die. 



jSTow, Lord, the gracious work begin ; 
Let him no more lie down in sin. 

5 Watch by the sick ; enrich the poor 
With blessings from Thy boundless store; 
Be every mourner's sleep tonight, 

Like infant's slumbers, pure and light. 

6 Come near and bless us when we wake, 
Ere through the world our way we take, 



4 If some poor wandering child of Thine Till in the ocean of Thy love 
Have spurned today the voice divine, We lose ourselves in heaven above. 

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Our earliest thoughts be Thine when morning wakes us ; 
All day serve Thee, in all that we are doing, 
Thy praise pursuing. 

4 We have no refuge, none on earth to aid us 

Save Thee, Father, who Thine own hast made us ; 
But Thy dear presence will not leave them lonely, 
Who seek Thee only. 

5 Father, Thy name be praised, Thy kingdom given, 

Thy will be done on earth as 'tis in heaven; 

Keep us in life, forgive our sins, deliver 

Us now and ever. 

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Thy visitation be our consolation : 

0, hear the sighing of the faint and dying ; 
Lord, hear our crying ! 

4 Thou ever livest; endless life Thou givest; 
Thou watch art keeping o'er Thy faithful sleeping 
In Thy clear shining they are now reclining, 

All care resigning. 

5 Lord of Glory, praise we and adore Thee — 
Thee for us given, our true Rest from heaven ! 
Rest, peace, and blessing, we are now possessing, 

Thy name confessing. 

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Then, from sin and sorrow free, 
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4 Thou who, sinless, yet hast known 
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3 And when sets life's weary sun, And with all the ransomed throng, 
When the toil of earth is done, Swell high heaven's triumphant song. 

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3 0, by Thy soul-inspiring grace 
Uplift our hearts to realms on high 

Help us to look to that bright place 
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5 Where saints are clothed in spotless 
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Where Thou, eternal Light of Light, 
Art Lord of all. 

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Kest with Thee in heaven at last. 



Saints on earth, and saints in heaven ; 
Every creature bow before Thee, 

Who hast all their being given ; 
Who dost seek and save the lost ; 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly, 1806 



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Till morning light appears. 

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Break forth into a song. 

3 This day God was my Sun and Shield, 

My Keeper and my Guide ; 
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His mercies multiplied. 

4 Minutes and mercies multiplied 

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Do a new song require : 
Till I shall praise Thee as I would, 
Accept my heart's desire. 
6 Lord of my time, whose hand hath set 
New time upon my score, 
Then shall I praise for all my time, 
When time shall be no more. 

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But He forgives my follies past, [come. 
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3 I lay my body down to sleep; 
Peace is the pillow for my head ; 



Wliile well-appointed angels keep 

Their watchful stations round my bed. 

4 Thus when the night of death shall come, 
My flesh shall rest beneath the ground, 

And wait Thy voice to rouse my tomb, 
With sweet salvation in the sound. 

6 Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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From every mortal trouble free ; 

No groans shall mingle with the songs, 
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3 No rude alarms of raging foes, 
No cares to break the long repose, 



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No midnight shade, no clouded sun, 
But sacred, high, eternal noon. 
4 ! long expected day, begin ; 
Dawn on this world of woe and sin : 
Fain would we leave this weary road, 
And sleep in death, and rest in God. 
Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1737 

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This day the Lord for sinners slain 
In might victorious rose again: 
Jesus, may we raised be 
From death of sin, to life in Thee. 
This day the Holy Spirit came 
With fiery tongues of cloven-flame : 
Spirit, fill our hearts this day 
With, grace to hear, and grace to pray. 



day of Light, and Life, and Grace, 
From earthly toils sweet resting-place, 
Thy hallowed hours, best gift of love, 
Give we again to God above ! 
All praise to God the Father be, 
All praise, eternal Son, to Thee, 
Whom, with the Spirit, we adore 
Forever and for evermore. 

Bishop William W. How, 1864, 1871 



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From our worldly cares set free, Here afford us, Lord, a taste 

May we rest this day in Thee. Of our everlasting feast. 

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Make the fruits of grace abound, 

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4 In holy duties let the day, 
In holy pleasures, pass away : 
How sweet a Sabbath thus to spend, 
In hope of one that ne'er shall end. 
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4 Saviour, may our Sabbaths be 
Days of peace and joy in Thee ! 
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On thee our Lord, victorious, 

The Spirit sent from heaven ; 
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A triple light was given. 

3 Thou art a port protected 

From storms that round us rise; 
A garden intersected 

With streams of Paradise; 
Thou art a cooling fountain 

In life's dry, dreary sand; 
From thee, like Pisgah's mountain, 

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To holy convocations 

The silver trumpet calls, 
Where gospel light is glowing 

With pure and radiant beams, 
And living water flowing 

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New graces ever gaining 

From this our day of rest, 
We reach the rest remaining 

To spirits of the blest. 
To Holy Ghost be praises, 

To Father, and to Son ; 
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Could no such grace afford. With love and power divine. 

3 Here, mighty God, accept our vows, 5 Here let Him hold a lasting throne ; 

Here let Thy praise be spread ; And, as His kingdom grows, 

Bless the provisions of Thy house, Fresh honors shall adorn His crown, 

And fill Thy poor with bread. And shame confound His foes. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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3 Then let us in His name sing on, 

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And shadows pass away. 

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Shall give Him nobler praise. 
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3 Increase, Lord, our faith and hope, 

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The Sabbaths ne'er shall end. 
4 Where we shall breathe in heavenly air, 
With heavenly lustre shine ; 
Before the throne of God appear, 
And feast on love divine. 

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2 Thy chosen temple, Lord, how fair ! 4 

As here Thy servants throng 
To breathe the humble, fervent prayer, 
And pour the choral song. 

3 Spirit of grace, deign to dwell 

Within Thy Church below ; 
Make her in holiness excel, 
With pure devotion glow. 

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Let peace within her walls be found ; 

Let all her sons unite 
To spread with holy zeal around 
Her clear and shilling light. 
5 Great God, we hail the sacred day 

Which Thou hast called Thine own ; 
With joy the summons we obey 
To worship at Thy throne. 

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My ever dear delight ; 
And still new beauties may I see, 

And still increasing light. 
Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, 

Be Thou for ever near ; 
Teach me to love Thy sacred word, 

And view my Saviour there. 

Anne Steele, 1760 

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3 Pillar of fire, through watches dark. 

Or radiant cloud by day; [bark, 

When waves would 'whelm our tossing 

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Without Thee how could earth be trod, 

< h- heaven itself be won ? 
Lord, grant us all aright to learn 

The wisdom it imparts ; 
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With simple, childlike hearts. 

Bernard Barton, 1827 



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Lory o'er creation shines ; 4 Jesus, my Lord, my life, my light, 

But in Thy sacred word, ! come with blissful ray ; 

I read in fairer, brighter lines, Break radiant thro' the shades of night, 

My bleeding, dying Lord. And chase my fears away. 

3 'Tis here, whene'er my comforts droop,5 Then shall my soul with rapture trace 
And sins and sorrows rise, The wonders of Thy love ; 

Thy love with cheerful beams of hope, But the full glories of Thy face 
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Nor covetous desires arise 
Within this soul of mine. 



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And make my heart sincere : 

Let sin have no dominion, Lord, 
But keep my conscience clear. 

Make me to walk in Thy commands, 
'Tis a delightful road ; 

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Offend against my God. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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It sweetly cheers onr drooping hearts, 

In this dark vale of tears ; 
Life, light, and joy it still imparts, 

And quells our rising fears. 
This lamp, through all the tedious night 

Of life, shall guide our way, 
Till we behold the clearer light 

Of an eternal day. 

Rev. John Fawcett, 1782, ab. 

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My soul rejoices to pursue 

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In brighter worlds above. 

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And raise their thoughts to God. 
3 'Tis, like the sun, a heavenly light, 
That guides us all the day ; 
And, thro' the dangers of the night, 
A lamp to lead our way. 



4 The men that keep Thy law with care, 

And meditate Thy word, 
Grow wiser than their teachers are, 
And better know the Lord. 

5 Thy word is everlasting truth, 

How pure is every page ! 
That holy book shall guide our youth, 
And well support our age. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 




But where the gospel comes, 4 I hear Thy word with love, 

It spreads diviner light ; And I would fain obey ; 

It calls dead sinners from their tombs, Send Thy good Spirit from above 

And gives the blind their sight. To guide me, lest I stray. 

How perfect is Thy word ! 5 While with my heart and tongue 

And all Thy judgments just ; I spread Thy praise abroad ; 

For ever sure Thy promise, Lord, Accept the worship and the song, 

And men securely trust. My Saviour and my God. 

51 Rev.'lsaac Watts, 1719 



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It is the golden casket . 

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It is the heaven-drawn picture 

Of Christ, the living Word. 

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It is the chart and compass 
That o'er life's surging sea, 

? Mid mists and rocks and quicksands, 
Still guides, Christ, to Thee. 

make Thy Church, dear Saviour, 

A lamp of purest gold, 
To bear before the nations 

Thy true light as of old ; 
O teach Thy wandering pilgrims 

By this their path to trace, 
Till, clouds and darkness ended, 

They see Thee face to face. 

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While through the promises I rove, 
With ever fresh delight. 

3 'Tis a broad land of wealth unknown, 

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And hidden glory lies. 
The best relief that mourners have, 

It makes our sorrows blest ; 
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5 To the great One in Three 
The highest praises be, 

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Sight to the inly blind, 
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Let there be light ! 

Spirit of truth and love, 
Life-giving, holy Dove, 
Speed forth Thy flight, 



Move o'er the waters' face 
Bearing the lamp of grace, 
And, in earth's darkest place, 

Let there be light ! 
Holy and blessed Three, 
Glorious Trinity, 

Wisdom, Love, Might; 
Boundless as ocean's tide 
Rolling in fullest pride, 
Through the world, far and wide, 

Let there be light ! 

Rev. John Marriott, c. 1813 



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Through seas dry-shod ; through weary wastes bewildering ; 
To Thee, in reverent love, our hearts are bowed. 

3 Holy Jesus, Prince of Peace and Saviour, 

To Thee we owe the peace that still prevails, 
Stilling the rude wills of men's wild behavior, 
And calming passion's fierce and stormy gales. 

4 O Holy Ghost, the Lord and the Life-giver, 

Thine is the quickening power that gives increase. 
From Thee have flowed, as from a pleasant river, 
Our plenty, wealth, prosperity, and peace. 

5 Triune God, with heart and voice adoring, 

Praise we the goodness that doth crown our days ; 
Pray we, that Thou wilt hear us, still imploring 
Thy love and favor, kept to us always. 

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Yet dwellest in this house of clay. 



4 Blest Trinity, in whom alone 
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Be to Thee all honor paid, Eyes of angels are too dim 

I 'raise to Thee let all things give, To behold the King of kings, 

Singing everlastingly While they sing eternally 

To the blessed Trinity. To the blessed Trinity. 

?> Thousands, tens of thousands stand, 5 Thee, apostles, prophets, Thee, 

Spirits blest before Thy throne, Thee, the noble martyr band, 

Speeding thence at Thy command; Praise with solemn jubilee, 

And, when Thy behests are done, Thee, the Church in every land, 

Singing everlastingly Singing everlastingly 

To the blessed Trinity. To the blessed Trinity. 

6 Alleluia! Lord, to Thee, 

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
Godhead One, and Persons Three ! 
Join us with the heavenly host, 
Singing everlastingly 
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Thou didst ears and hands and voices Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 



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Earth and heaven 
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Who was, and is, the same, 

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Jehovah, Father, Great I AM ! 

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" Hail, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost ! " 

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Thy saints have dwelt secure ; 

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And our defence is sure. 

3 Before the hills in order stood, 
Or earth received her frame, 

From everlasting Thou art God, 
To endless years the same. 



5 The busy tribes of flesh and blood 
With all their lives and cares, 

Are carried downwards by Thy flood, 
And lost in following years. 

6 Time, like an ever-rolling stream, 
Bears all its sons away ; 

They fly, forgotten, as a dream 
Dies at the opening day. 



4 A thousand ages in Thy sight 7 Our God, our help in ages past, 

Are like an evening gone ; Our hope for years to come, 

Short as the watch that ends the night Be Thou our Guard while troubles last, 
Before the rising sun. And our eternal home. 

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4 Our lives thro' various scenes are drawn. 
And vexed with trifling cares ; 
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Thine undisturbed affairs. 

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He treasures up His bright designs, 5 His es wiu ripen fast 

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3 Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take ; The bud may have a bitter taste. 

The clouds ye so much dread But sweet will be the flower. 

Are big with mercy, and shall break 6 Blind unbelief . sm . e tQ 

In blessings on your head. And scan His w(Jrk in vai ' n . 

4 Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, God is His own interpreter, 

But trust Him for His grace ; And He will make it plain. 

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Star of our hope, Thy softened light Before Thy ever-blazing throne 
Cheers the long watches of the night. We ask no luster of our own. 

3 Our midnight is Thy smile withdrawn; 5 Grant us Thy truth to make us free. 



Our noontide is Thy gracious dawn ; 
Our rainbow arch, Thy mercy's sign ; 
All, save the clouds of sin, are Thine. 

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3 My God, how excellent Thy grace, 5 Life, like a fountain rich and free, 
Whence all oar hope and comfort Springs from the presence of my Lord 

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Ere from my opening lips they break. Is in the boundless prospect lost. 

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And then pronounced them good. 

4 Lord ! how Thy wonders are displayed 
Where'er I turn mine eye ! 
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Or gaze upon the sky ! 

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But makes Thy glories known ; 
And clouds arise, and tempests blow, 
By order from Thy throne. 

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4 Because of life the fountain pure 
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3 Lord, what is man, that Thou shouldst Through all the world, how great art Thou ! 
To bear him in Thy mind! [deign How glorious is Thy name! 

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Move round this dark terrestrial ball ; 
What though no real voice nor Bound 
Amidst their radiant orbs be found; 
In reason's ear they all rejoice, 
And utter forth a glorious voice ; 
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To guard His holy law ; 

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His truth confirms and seals the grace. 

Through all His ancient works, 

Surprising wisdom shines ; 
Confounds the powers of hell, 

And breaks their cursed designs. 
Strong is His arm, and shall fulfil 
His great decrees, His sovereign will. 

And can this mighty King 

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My Father and my Friend? 
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Join all my powers and praise the Lord. 



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At Thy rebuke the billows die. 
For ever shall Thy throne endure ; 
Thy promise stands for ever sure ; 
And everlasting holiness 
Becomes the dwellings of Thy grace. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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And bid my sorrows fly : 
What harm can ever reach my soul, 5 

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Whate'er Thy providence denies, 

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Whate'er Thy sacred will ordains, 

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And trust His tender care. 
If pain and sickness rend this frame, 

And life almost depart, 
Is not Thy mercy still the same, 

To cheer my drooping heart? 
My God, my Father! be Thy name 

My solace and my stay; 
O, wilt Thou seal my humble claim, 

And drive my fears away ? 

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In Israel are His mercies known, When terrors rise, and nations faint, 

Israel is His peculiar throne. God is the strength of every saint. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 

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And soothe their griefs to rest. 

3 0, magnify the Lord with me, 

With me exalt His name ; 
When in distress to Him I called, 
He to my rescue came. 

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Who on His succor trust. 

5 0, make but trial of His love, 

Experience will decide 
How blest are they, and only they, 
Who in His truth confide. 

6 Fear Him, ye saints, and you will then 

Have nothing else to fear ; 
Make but His service your delight, 
Your wants will be His care. 
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3 Come, worship at His throne, 

Come, bow before the Lord ; 
We are His works, and not our own ; 
He formed us by His word. 

4 Today attend His voice, 

Nor dare provoke His rod ! 

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Come, like the people of His choice, 

And own your gracious God. 
But, if your ears refuse 

The message of His love ; [choose 
And hearts grow hard and will not 

The blessings from above ; 
The Lord, in vengeance drest, 

Will lift His hand and swear, 
" You that despise My promised rest 

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Man decays, and ages move ; 
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God is wisdom, God is love. 
E'en the hour that darkest seemeth, 

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God is wisdom, God is love, [eth ; 

He with earthly cares entwineth 
Hope and comfort from above ; 

Everywhere His glory shineth ; 
God is wisdom, God is love. 

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How bright Thine armies shine ! 

Where is the power with Thee that vies, 
Or truth compared with Thine ! 

3 The northern pole and southern rest 
On Thy supporting hand ; 

Darkness and day, from east to west, 
Move round at Thy command. 

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And rule the boisterous deep; 

Thou mak'st the sleeping billows roll, 
The rolling billows sleep. 

5 Justice and judgment are Thy throne. 
Yet wondrous is Thy grace ; 

While truth and mercy joined in one. 
Invite us near Thy face. 

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3 My thoughts lie open to the Lord, 
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4 O wondrous knowledge, deep and high, 
Where can a creature hide ; 

Within Thy circling arms I lie, 
Enclosed on every side. 

5 So let Thy grace surround me still, 
And like a bulwark prove, 

To guard my soul from every ill, 
Secured by sovereign love. 

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God of boundless might; 

All just and true Thy ways, 
Thou King of saints, in light; 



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For Thine they are, and Thine shall be. Conspire to show Thy power and love. 



"0 holy, holy Lord, 

Creation's sovereign King, 

Thy majesty adored 
Let all creation sing; 

Who wast, and art, and art to be; 

Nor time shall see Thy sway depart. 



" Who shall not fear Thee, Lord, 
And magnify Thy Name? 

Thy judgments, sent abroad, 
Thy holiness proclaim : 

Nations shall throng from every shore, 

And all adore in one loud song." 



While thus the powers on high 

Their swelling chorus raise, 
Let earth and man reply, 

And echo back the praise : 
His glory own, first, last, and best ; 
God ever blest, and God alone. 

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Sing the sweet promise of His grace, 
And the performing God. 

3 His very word of grace is strong 

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Those gentle words should raise my song 
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3 His providence unfolds the book, 

And makes His counsels shine ; 
Each opening leaf, and every stroke, 
Fulfills some deep design. 



1 My God ! I would not long to see 
M v fate, with, curious eyes — 
What gloomy lines are writ for me, 
Or what bright scenes may rise. 
5 In Thy fair book of life and grace, 
O, may T find my name 
Recorded in some humble place, 
Beneath my Lord, the Lamb. 

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To that lowly manger-bed, 
There to bend the knee before 
Him whom heaven and earth adore, 
So may we with willing feet 

Ever seek the mercy-seat. 

3 As they offered gifts most rare 
At that manger rude and bare, 
So may we with holy joy, 
Pure and free from sin's alloy, 
All our costliest treasures bring, 
Christ, to Thee our heavenly King. 



4 Holy Jesus, every day 
Keep us in the narrow way ; 

And, when earthly things are past, 
Bring our ransomed souls at last 
Where they need no star to guide, 
Where no clouds Thy glory hide. 

5 In the heavenly country bright, 
Need they no created light; 
Thou its light, its joy, its crown, 
Thou its Sun which goes not down ; 
There for ever may we sing 
Alleluias to our King. 

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Low lies His head with the beasts of the stall ; 
Angels adore Him in slumber reclining, 
Maker and Monarch and Saviour of all. 

3 Shall we not yield Him, in costly devotion, 

Odors of Edom, and offerings divine, 
Gems of the mountain, and pearls of the ocean, 
Myrrh from the forest, and gold from the mine ? 

4 Vainly Ave offer each ample oblation, 

Vainly with gifts would His favor secure ; 
Richer by far is the heart's adoration, 

Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. 

5 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, 

Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine aid ; 
Star of the east, the horizon adorning, 
Guide where our infant Redeemer is laid. 

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Souls redeemed, and sins forgiven, 
Loud our golden harps shall sound. 

"Christ is born, the great Anointed : 6 
Heaven and earth His glory sing ; 

Glad receive whom Grod appointed 
For your Prophet, Priest, and King. 

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"Hasten, mortals, to adore Him ; 

Learn His name, and taste His joy ; 
Till in heaven ye sing before Him, 

1 Glory to God most High ! ' " 

Let us learn the wondrous story 
Of our great Redeemer's birth; 

Spread the brightness of His glory 
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O'er all the weary world ; 
Above its sad and lowly plains 

They bend on hovering wing, 
And ever o'er its Babel sounds 

The blessed angels sing. 

3 ye, beneath life's crushing load, 
"Whose forms are bending low. 

Who toil along the climbing way 
With painful steps and slow ! 



Come swiftly on the wing 

rest beside the weary road, 

And hear the angels sing. 

4 For lo ! the days are hastening on, 

By prophets seen of old, 
When with the ever-circling years, 

Shall come the time foretold, [own 
When the new heaven and earth shall 

The Prince of Peace their King, 
And the whole world send back the song 

Which now the angels sing. 
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Appeared a shining throng 

Of angels praising God, and thus 

Addressed their joyful song; 

The Saviour, who is Christ the Lord; 6 "All glory be to God on high, 

And this shall be the sign: And to the earth be peace; 

4 "The heavenly Babe you there shall Good will, henceforth, from heaven to 

To human view displayed, [find, Begin and never cease." [men. 

iiQ Nahum Tate. 1702 

I \0 CHESTERFIELD CM. Rev. Thomas Haweis, 1780 



2 "Fear not," said he, for mighty dread 

Had seized their troubled mind ; 
•Glad tidings of great joy I bring 1 
To you and all mankind. 

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2 Joy to the world! the Saviour reigns: He comes to make His blessings How 

Let men their songs employ, Far as the curse is found. 

While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and4 He rules the world with truth and grace, 
Repeat the sounding joy. [plains, And makes the nations prove 

3 No more let sins and sorrows grow, The glories of His righteousness, 

Nor thorns infest the ground: And wonders of His love. 

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Wisdom and might, and zeal, and love 5 He comes the broken heart t() bind 

His holy breast inspire. The bleeding soul t0 cure . 

3 He comes the prisoners to release, And with the treasures of His grace, 

In Satan's bondage held, To enrich the humble poor. 

The gates of brass before Him burst, g 0m , ^ hosannas , Pl . ince of Peace 
The iron fetters yield. Thy welcome shall proc laim, 

4 He comes from thickest films of vice And heaven's eternal arches ring 

With Thy beloved name. 

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Tell how Hecometh; from nation to 3 
nation, [earth echo round; 

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How free to the faithful he offers sal- 
vation ! [arc crowned ! 
How His people with joy everlasting 
Cho. Shout the glad tidings, etc. 

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bringing, [arise ; 

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One chorus resound thro' the earth 
Cho. Shout the glad tidings, etc. 
Rev. William A. Muhlenberg, 1823 



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2 Christ, by highest heaven adored ; 
Christ, the everlasting Lord; 
Late in time behold Him come, 
Offspring of the Virgin's womb : 
Veiled in flesh the Godhead see ; 
Hail the Incarnate Deity, 
Pleased as man with men to dwell ; 
Jesus, our Emmanuel ! 
Hark ! the herald angels sing, 
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3 Hail, the heaven-born Prince of Peace ! 
Hail, the Sun of Righteousness ! 
Light and life to all He brings, 
Risen with healing in His wings. 
Mild He lays His glory by, 
Born that man no more may die, 
Born to raise the sons of earth, 
Born to give them second birth. 
Hark ! the herald angels sing, 
" Glory to the new-born King." 



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Suppl. to New Version, c. 1782, J. Kempthorne. 1810 
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God with man is now residing, 
Yonder shines the infant-light; 

Come and worship, 
Worship Christ, the new-born King. 

Sages, leave your contemplations, 

Brighter visions beam afar ; 
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In His temple shall appear ; 

Come and worship, 
Worship Christ, the new-born King. 
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His reign no end shall know ; 
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4 To us a Child of hope is born, 

To us a Son is given, 
The Wonderful, the Counsellor, 
The mighty Lord of heaven. 



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1 Come, Thou long-expected Jesus, 

Born to set Thy people free ; 
From our fears and sins release us, 
Let us find our rest in Thee ; 

2 Israel's Strength and Consolation, 

Hope of all the saints Thou art ; 
Dear Desire of every nation, 
Joy of every longing heart. 



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3 Born Thy people to deliver, 

Born a child, and yet a King, 
Born to reign in us for ever, 

Now Thy gracious kingdom bring. 

4 By Thine own eternal Spirit, 

Rule in all our hearts alone ; 
By Thine all-sufficient merit 
Raise us to Thy glorious throne. 
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The storm was loud, the night was dark; It bade my dark forebodings cease, 
The ocean yawned, and rudely blowed And, thro' the storm, and danger's thrall, 

The wind, that tossed my foundering It led me to the port of peace. 
Deep horror then my vitals froze ; [bark: Now, safely moored, my perils o'er, 

Death-struck, I ceased the tide to stem ; I'll sing first in night's diadem, 
When suddenly a star arose, — For ever and for evermore, 

It was the Star of Bethlehem. The Star, the Star of Bethlehem ! 

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The brightest image of His grace ; 
God, in the person of His Son, 5 

Has all His mightiest works outdone. 
The spacious earth, and spreading flood, 
Proclaim the wise and powerful God ; 
And Thy rich glories from afar, q 

Sparkle in every rolling star. 
But in His looks a glory stands, 
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Outshines the wonders of the skies. 
Grace ! 'tis a sweet, a charming theme; 
My thoughts rejoice at Jesus' name; 
Ye angels, dwell upon the sound ; 
Ye heavens, reflect it to the ground. 
O ! may I live to reach the place 
Where He unveils His lovely face ! 
Where all His beauties you behold, 
And sing His name to harps of gold. 
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As we ought, our God and King ! 

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3 Till God in human flesh I see, 

My thoughts no comfort find : 
The holy, just, and sacred Three 
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5 While Jews on their own law rely, 

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I love the incarnate Mystery, 
And there I fix my trust. 

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Shows me the glories of my God, 

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In which all-perfect, heavenly dress 

My soul shall ever shine. 

3 I'd sing the characters He bears, 
And all the forms of love He wears, 

Exalted on His throne ; 



In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, 
I would to everlasting days 
Make all His glories known. 

Soon the delightful day will come 
When my dear Lord will call me home, 

And I shall see His face ; 
Then with my Saviour, brother, friend, 
A blest eternity I'll spend, 

Triumphant in His grace. 

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2 Here pardon, life, and joys divine, 

In rich effusion flow, 
For guilty rebels lost in sin, 
And doomed to endless woe. 

3 The almighty Former of the skies 

Stooped to our vile abode ; [eyes, 
While angels viewed with wondering 
And hailed the incarnate God. 



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4 ! the rich depths of love divine ! 

Of bliss a boundless store ! 
Dear Saviour, let me call Thee mine ; 
I cannot wish for more. 

5 On Thee alone my hope relies, 

Beneath Thy cross I fall ; 
My Lord, my Life, my Sacrifice, 
My Saviour, and my All ! 

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Making mortal cares Thine own, 
Making God's compassion known, 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

3 By Thy life, so lone and still, 
By Thy waiting to fulfil 

In its time Thy Father's will, 
Hear us, Holy Jesus. 



4 May we mark the pattern fair 
Of Thy life of work and prayer, 
And for truth all perils dare, 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

5 Bid us come, at last, to Thee, 
And forever perfect be, 
Where Thy glory Ave shall see, 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

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Thy word of grace shall prove 
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To rule Thy saints by love. 
5 Justice and truth attend Thee still, 
But mercy is Thy choice 



Upon Thy lips is shed ; 
Thy God, with blessings infinite, 

Hath crowned Thy sacred head. 
3 Gird on Thy sword, victorious Prince, 

Ride with majestic sway : 
Thy terror shall' strike through Thy foes. And God, Thy God, Thy soul shall fill 

"With most peculiar joys. 

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3 Aaron must lay his robes away, 

His mitre and his vest, 
"When God Himself comes down to be 

The offering and the priest. 



The wonders of His love : 
For us He paid His life below, 

And prays for us above. 
5 "Father," 'He cries, •'•forgive their sins, 

For I myself have died." 
And then He shows His opened veins, 

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All other names above ; Is by our beds of pain ; 

Love only knoweth whence it came, We touch Him in life's throng and press, 

And comprehendeth love. And we are whole again. 

.*! We may not climb the heavenly steeps 6 Thro' Him the first fond prayers are said 

To bring the Lord Christ down ; Our lips of childhood frame, 

In vain we search the lowest deeps, The last low whispers of our dead 

For Him no depths can drown. Are burdened with His name. 

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We test our lives by Thine. 

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Dark clouds of gloomy night He broke, Yes ! sacred Teacher, we will come, 
Unveiling an immortal day. Obey Thee, love Thee, and be blest! 

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Thou art the life, — the rending tomb 
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Nor death nor hell shall harm. 

Thou art the way, the truth, the life ; 

Grant us to know that way, 
That truth to keep, that life to win, 

Which lead to endless day. 

Bishop George W. Doaue, 1824 



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2 Such was Thy truth, and such Thy zeal, 
Such deference to Thy Father's will, 
Such love, and meekness so divine, ^ 
I would transcribe and make them mine. 

3 Cold mountains and the midnight air 
Witnessed the fervour of Thy prayer; 

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The desert Thy temptations know. 
Thy conflict and Thy victory too. 

Be Thou my pattern ; make me bear 
More of Thy gracious image here ; 
Then God the Judge shall own my name, 
Among the followers of the Lamb. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709 



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Or sorrow in our path appear ? 
The recollection will remain, 
More deeply did He suffer here : 
His life, how truly sad and brief, 
Filled up with suffering and with grief. 

3 If Satan tempt our hearts to stray 
And whisper evil things within, 
So did he, in the desert way, 
Assail our Lord with thoughts of siu, 
When worn and in a feeble hour 
The tempter came with all his power. 

4 Just such as I, this earth He trod, 
With every human ill but sin ; 
And though indeed the very God, 
As I am now so He has been. 

My God, my Saviour, look on me 
With pity, love, and sympathy. 

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Heavenly blessings without measure, 
Flow to us from Christ the Lord. 

It is finished ! 
Saints, the dying words record. 



3 Finished all the types and shadows 
Of the ceremonial law ; 

Finished, all that God had promised, 
Death and hell no more shall awe. 

It is finished ! 
Saints, from hence your comforts draw. 

4 Tune your harps anew, ye seraphs, 

Join to sing the pleasing theme ; 
All on earth, and all in heaven, 
Join to praise Emmanuel's name. 
Alleluia ! 
Glory to the bleeding Lamb. 

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To die for man — surprising grace! 
Yet pass rebellious angels by — 
O why for man, dear Saviour, why ? 
And didst Thou bleed? for sinners 

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And could the sun behold the deed? 
No ! he withdrew his sickening ray, 
And darkness veiled the mourning day 



Can I survey this scene of woe, 
Where mingling grief and wonder flow. 
And yet my heart unmoved remain, 
Insensible to love or pain ? 

Come, dearest Lord, Thy grace impart, 
To warm this cold, this stupid heart : 
Till all its powers and passions move. 
In melting grief, and ardent love. 
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All the vain things that charm me most, 
I sacrifice them to His blood. 

3 See,from His head, His hands, His feet, 5 Were the whole realm of nature mine 
Sorrow and love flow mingled down ; 

Did e'er such love and sorrow meet, 
Or thorns compose so rich a crown ? 

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Then am I dead to all the globe, 
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Were the whole realm of nature n 
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Demands my soul, my life, my all. 



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Jovs that through all time abide. 



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Lo ! it glows with peace and joy. 

."> When the sun of bliss is beaming 5 In the cross of Christ I glory. 

Light and love upon my way. Towering o'er the wrecks of time ; 

From the cross the radiance streaming, All the light of sacred story 

Adds new lustre to the clay. Gathers round its head sublime. 

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3 All my soul by love subdued, 

.Melts in deep contrition there; 
By Thy mighty grace renewed, 

New-born hope forbids despair : 
Lord ! Thou canst my guilt forgive, 
Thou hast bid me look and live. 



1 Jesus Master, whose I am, 

Purchased Thine alone to be, 
By Thy blood, spotless Lamb, 

Shed so willingly for me ; 
Let my heart be all Thine own, 
Let me live to Thee alone. 

2 Other lords have long held sway ; 

Now Thy name alone to bear. 
Thy dear voice alone obey, 

Ts my daily, hourly prayer. 
Whom have 1 in heaven but Thee? 
Nothing else my joy can be. 



•1 While with broken heart I kneel 3 Jesus, Master, I am Thine 



Sinks the inward storm to rest ; 
Life — immortal life — I feel 

Kindled in my throbbing breast 
Thine — for ever Thine — I am ! 

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Keep me faithful, keep me near; 
Let Thy presence in me shine 

All my homeward way to cheer. 
Jesus, at Thy feet I fall, 

O, be Thou my All in all. 

Frances R. Havergal, 1865 



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Shun not suffering, shame or loss, 
Learn of Him to bear the cross. 

3 Calvary's mournful mountain climb, 

There, adoring at His feet, 
Mark that miracle of time, 

God's own sacrifice complete ; 
"It is finished," hear Him cry, 
Learn of Jesus Christ to die. 



4 Early hasten to the tomb 

Where they laid His breathless clay ; 
All is solitude and gloom, 

Who hath taken Him away ? 
Christ is risen ! He meets our eyes. 
Saviour, teach us so to rise. 

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And love beyond degree ! And melt my eyes to tears. 

3 Well might the sun in darkness hide, 5 But drops of grief can ne'er repay 

And shut His glories in, The debt of love I owe ; 

When God, the mighty Maker, died Here, Lord, I give myself awajr, 
For man the creature's sin. 'Tis all that I can do. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 

149 HORSLEY CM. William Horsley,1844 

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What pains He had to bear, 
But we believe it was for us 

He hung and suffered there. 
He died that we might be forgiven, 

He died to make us good, 
That we might go at last to heaven 

Saved by His precious blood. 



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To pay the price of sin, 
He only could unlock the gate 
Of heaven, and let us in. 
5 0, dearly, dearly, has He loved ! 
And we must love Him too, 
And trust in His redeeming blood, 
And try His works to do. 
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With sore abuse and scorn ; 
How does that visage languish 

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3 What Thou, my Lord, hast suffered 

Was all for sinners' gain : 
Mine, mine was the transgression, 

But Thine the deadly pain. 
Lo, here I fall, my Saviour! 

"Tis I deserve Thy place; 
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To thank Thee, dearest Friend, 

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Thy pity without end ? 

make me Thine for ever ; 
And should I fainting be, 

Lord, let me never, never 
Outlive my love to Thee. 

5 Be near when I am dying, 
O show Thy cross to me ; 

And for my succor flying, 

Come, Lord, to set me free : 
These eyes, new faith receiving, 

From Jesus shall not move ; 
For he who dies believing, 

Dies safely, through Thy love. 
Ascribed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153) ; Tr. Rev. Paul 
Gerliardt, 1G-3G; Tr. Rev. James AV. Alexander, 1830 
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All else we count but loss. 
glorious King, we bless Thee, 

No longer pass Thee by ; 
O Jesus, we confess Thee 

Our Lord, enthroned on high. 

3 Thy wounds, Thy grief beholding, 

With Thee, Lord, we grieve ; 
Thee in our hearts enfolding, 

Our hearts Thy wounds receive ; 
Lord, grant to us remission ; 

Life through Thy death restore ; 
Yea, grant us the fruition 

Of life for evermore. 

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Thy rainbow-circled throne, 
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3 For our sins, of glory emptied, 
He was fasting, lone, and tempted, 

He was slain on Calvary ; 
Yet He for His murderers pleaded ; 
Lord, by us that prayer is needed, 

We have pierced, yet trust in Thee. 

4 In our wealth and tribulation, 

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By almighty love anointed, 

Thou hast full atonement made. 
All Thy people are forgiven 

Through the virtue of Thy blood ; 
Opened is the gate of heaven, 

Peace is made 'twixt man and God 

3 Jesus, hail! enthroned in glory, 

Then' forever to abide ; 
All the heavenly hosts adore Thee, 
Seated at Thy Father's side. 



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Ever for us interceding, 
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Worship, honor, power and blessing 

Thou art worthy to receive; 
Loudest praises without ceasing, 

Meet it is for us to give. 
Help, ye bright angelic spirits, 

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Help to sing our Saviour's merits, 

Help to chant Emmanuel's praise. 
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All glory, etc. 

4 The people of the Hebrews 

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Our praise and prayer and anthems 
Before Thee we present. 
All glory, etc. 



5 To Thee, before Thy passion, 
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To Thee, now high exalted, 
Our melody we raise. 
All glory, etc. 

6 Thou didst accept their praises; 
Accept the prayers we bring, 

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Thou good and gracious King. 

All glory, etc. 

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LESLIE 8.6.8.6.8.8 



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" Behold the place, He is not here ! " 

The tomb is all unbarred : 
The gates of death were closed in vain, 
The Lord is risen, He lives again. 



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'Tis Jesus still appears, 
A risen Lord, to chase away 

Your unbelieving fears : 
O, weep no more your comforts slain, 
The Lord is risen, He lives again. 



3 Now cheerful to the house of prayer, 5 And when the shades of evening fall, 



Your early footsteps bend ; 
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Your Advocate and Friend : 
Once by the law, your hopes were slain. 
But now in Christ, ye live again. 



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If Jesus shines upon the soul, 

How blissful then to die ! 
Since lie hath risen that once was slain, 
Ye die in Christ to live again. 

Thomas Hastings, 1842 



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1 Lo! the stone is rolled away, 
Death yields up his mighty prey; 
Jesus, rising from the tomb, 
Scatters all its fearful gloom. 

2 Praise Him, ye celestial choirs, 
Praise and sweep your golden lyres: 
Praise Him in the noblest songs, 
Prom ten thousand thousand tongues. 



Soar we now where Christ hath led, 
Following our exalted head: 
Made like Him, like Him we rise: 
Ours the cross, the grave, the skies. 

Hail the Lord of earth and heaven ! 
Praise to Thee by both be given : 
Thee we greet triumphant now : 
Hail, the Resurrection, Thou! 

Kev. Charles Wesley, 1739; Verse 4, 1. 3, alt. 

Every note with rapture swell, 
And the Saviours triumph tell; 
Where, death, is now thy sting? 
Where thy terrors, vanquished king? 

Let Immanuel be adored, 
Ransom, Mediator, Lord! 
To creation's utmost bound, 
Let the eternal praise resound. 

Rev. Thos. Scott. 1769 



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2 For Judah's lion bursts His chains, 
Crushing the serpent's head, 

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To wake the imprisoned dead. 

3 Triumphant in His glory now, 
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All saints in earth and heaven. 

4 While we, His soldiers, praise our Kinj 

His mercy we implore 

Within His palace bright to bring, 

And keep us evermore. 

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And heaven's eternal light. 



3 The joy of all who dwell above, 

The joy of all below, 
To whom Thou dost reveal Thy 
And grant Thy name to know 

4 To whom the cross, with all its shame 

With all its grace, is given ; 



Their name, an everlasting name. 
Their joy, the joy of heaven. 

They suffer with Thee, Lord, below, 
They reign with Thee above, 

Their everlasting joy to know 
The mystery of Thy love. 

ove ' 6 Thy cross, dear Lord, is life and health, 
Though shame and death to Thee; 
Thy people's hope, Thy people's wealth. 
Their song eternally. 
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Rich the trophies Jesus brings ; 
On the seat of power enthrone Him, 
While the vault of heaven rings ; 

Crown Him ! Crown Him ! 
Crown the Saviour King of kings. 

3 Sinners in derision crowned Him. 

Mocking thus the Saviour's claim : 
Saints and angels crowd around Him, 
Own His title, praise His name : 

Crown Him ! Crown Him ! 
Spread abroad the victor's fame ! 

4 Hark! those bursts of acclamation ; 

Hark! those loud triumphant chords. 
Jesus takes the highest station ; 
0, what joy the sight affords ! 
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The mansions of the dead ; 
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Lord of battles, God of armies, 

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He who on the Cross did suffer, 

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He has vanquished sin and Satan ; 

He by death has spoiled His foes. 

3 While He raised His hands in blessing, 
He was parted from His friends; 

While their eager eyes behold Him, 

He upon the clouds ascends; [Him, 
He Who walked with God and pleased 
Preaching truth and doom to come, 
He, our Enoch, is translated, 
To His everlasting home. 

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4 Now our heavenly Aaron enters, 
With His blood, within the veil; 

Joshua now is come to Canaan, 
And the kings before Him quail; 

Now He plants the tribes of Israel 
In their promised resting-place; 

Now our great Elijah offers 
Double portion of His grace. 

5 Thou hast raised our human nature 
On the clouds to God's right hand: 

There we sit in heavenly places, 
There with Thee in gloiy stand. 

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Man with God is on the throne; 

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We by faith behold our own. 

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Fraught with strife and pain, 
When my dust returneth 

To the dust again ; 
On Thy truth relying, 

Through that mortal strife, 
Jesus, take me, dying, 

To eternal life. 

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Pursues in heaven His plan of grace. 
The Saviour of the chosen race. 

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Partaker of the human name. 

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His tears, and agonies and cries. 

5 In every pang that rends the heart, 
The Mao of sorrows had a part ; 
He sympathizes in our grief, 
And to the sufferer sends relief. 

7 With boldnesSjtherefore.at the throne, 
Let us make all our sorrows known ; 
And ask the aids of heavenly power. 
To help us in the evil hour. 

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Then, Saviour, plead for me. 

3 When I have err'd and gone astray 
Afar from Thine and wisdom's way. 
And see no glimmering, guiding ray. 

Still, Saviour, plead for me. 



4 When Satan, by my sins made bold, 
Strives from Thy cross to loose my hold, 
Then with Thy pitying arms enfold, 

And plead, oh, plead for me ! 

5 And when my dying hour draws near, 
Darken'd with anguish, guilt, and fear, 
Then to my fainting sight appear, 

Pleading in heaven for me. 
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Our everlasting trust, [crowns, 

When gems, and monuments, and 

Are mouldered down to dust. 
So, gracious Saviour! on my breast, 

May Thy dear name be worn, 
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To endless ages borne. 

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I find Him lifting up my head; 

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And He will soon appear. 
He wills that I should holy be: 

What can withstand His will ? 
The counsel of His grace in me 

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When God is mine, and I am His, 

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3 But spotless, innocent and pure, 

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And did resist to blood. 

4 He in the days of feeble flesh, 

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Xor scorns the meanest name. 
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His mercy and His power ; 
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Sweet mercy smiles, and all is peace. On Him our humble hopes depend; 

3 In every dark, distressful hour. Our cause can never, never fail, 
When sin and Satan join their power, For Jesus pleads, and must prevail. 

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Forgive him, ! forgive they cry, 
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3 The Father hears Him pray. 

His dear Anointed One; 
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Sitting crowned at His feet. 

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He is coming, He is coining, 

Let His lowly first estate, 
And His tender love, so teach us 

That in faith and hope we wait, 
Till in glory eastward burning, 

Our redemption draweth near, 
And we see the sign in heaven 

Of our Judge and Saviour dear. 
Mrs. Cecil Prances Alexander. 1848, an. 



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Sorrow soothing, joys enhancing, 

Loving until life shall end ; 
Then conferring bliss entrancing, 

Still, in heaven, the sinners' friend. 

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From all evil set us free ; 
"Break, Lord, every sinful fetter; 

Be each thought conformed to Thee : 
Looking for Thy bright appearing. 

May our spirits upward tend; 
Till no longer doubting, fearing, 

We behold the sinners' friend - 

Rev. Newman Hall, 1868 



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Robed in dreadful majesty ; 
Those who set at naught and sold Him, 
Pierced, and nailed Him to the tree, 

Deeply wailing, 
Shall the true Messiah see. 

3 Now redemption, long expected, 

See in solemn pomp appear ; 
All His saints, by man rejected, 
Now shall meet Him in the air : 

Alleluia ! 
See the day of God appear. 

4 Yea, Amen ! let all adore Thee, 

High on Thine eternal throne ; 
Saviour, take the power and glory, 
Claim the kingdom for Thine owd : 

Alleluia ! 
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1 Christ is coming! Let creation 

Bid her groans and travail cease ; 
Let the glorious proclamation 
Hope restore, and faith increase. 

Come, Lord Jesus ! 
Come, thou blessed Prince of Peace, 

2 Long Thine exiles have been pining, 

Far from rest, and home, and Thee; 
But in heavenly vestures shining, 
They shall soon Thy glory see. 

Come, Lord Jesus ! 
Haste the joyous Jubilee ! 

3 With that blessed hope before us, 

Let no harp remain unstrung; 
Let the mighty advent-chorus 

Onward roll from tongue to tongue. 

Hallelujah! 
Come, Lord Jesus, quickly come. 
Rev. John Macduff, 1853 



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Alleluia! Ever singing. 
Till the dawn of endless day. 

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'2 Come, for Thy saints still wait ; 4 Come, and make all things new ; 

Daily ascends their sigh : Build up this ruined earth ; 

The Spirit and the Bride say, "Come": Restore our faded Paradise, 
Dost Thou not hear the cry ? Creation's second birth. 

3 Come, for creation groans, 5 Come, and begin Thy reign 

Impatient of Thy stay, Of everlasting peace ; 

Worn out with these long years of ill, Come, take the kingdom to Thyself, 
These ages of delay. Great King of Righteousness. 

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Anddeemthatourredemption'snigh. To wajt for the appointed hour; " 

And fit us, by Thy grace, to share 

3 0, come and reign o'er every land; The triumphs of Thy conquering 

Let Satan from his throne be hurled, power. 

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I pass the dangerous road, 
With heavenly hosts escorted 

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Now all my conflicts o'er, 
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2 Behold your King, your Saviour, 
With glories all divine ; [crowned 

And tell the wondering nations 'round, 
How bright these glories shine. 

3 Infinite power and boundless grace 
In Him unite their rays: 

Ye that have e'er beheld His face, 
Can ye forbear His praise ? 

4 When in His earthly courts we view 
The glories of our Kiner. 



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We long to love as angels do, 
And wish like them to sing. 

5 And shall we long and wish in vain ? 
Lord, teach our songs to rise : 

Thy love can animate the strain, 
And bid it reach the skies. 

6 O happy period ! glorious day ! 
When heaven and earth shall raise. 

With all their powers, the raptured lay, 
To celebrate Thy praise. 

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And march, with courage, in Thy strength 

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4 When I am filled with sore distress 

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4 When trouble, like a gloomy cloud, 7 
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His loving-kindness, ! how good ! 

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Often I feel my sinful heart, 
Prone from my Saviour to depart ; 
But though I oft have Him forgot, 
His loving-kindness changes not. 

Soon shall I pass the gloomy vale. 
Soon all my mortal powers must fail ; 
may my last expiring breath, 
His loving-kindness sing in death. 

Then, let me mount and soar away 
To the bright world of endless day ; 
And sing, with rapture and surprise, 
His loving-kindness in the skies. 
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Wide thro' the earth Thy name be 
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And call my longing soul to sing 
Sublimer anthems near Thy throne. 
Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 
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Bow down, ye saints, around His seat, 
And, all ye angel-bands, adore. 

3 So live forever, glorious Lord, [friends ! 
To crush Thy foes and guard Thy 
While all Thy chosen tribes rejoice 
That Thy dominion never ends. 

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Sing on your heavenly way, 

Ye ransomed sinners, sing ; 
Sing on, rejoicing every day 

In Christ the Eternal King. 
Soon shall ye hear Him say, 

" Ye blessed children, come ; " 
Soon will He call you hence away. 

And take His wanderers home. 
William Hammond, 1745; Alt. Rev. Geo. Whitefield, 1753, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1700 



Sing of His dying love ; 

Sing of His rising power ; 
Sing how He intercedes above 

For those whose sins He bore. 
Sing, till we feel our hearts 

Ascending with our tongues ; 
Sing, till the love of sin departs, 

And grace inspires our songs. 



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3 To Him who suffered on the tree, 5 Long as we live, and when we die, 

And while in heaven with Him we reign. 

This song our song of songs shall be: 



Our souls, at His soul's price, to gain, 
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Hail Him, who saves yon by His grace, To Him all majesty ascribe, 

And crown Him Lord of all. And crown Him Lord of all. 

3 Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget 5 that with yonder sacred throng 

The wormwood and the gall, We at His feet may fall ; 

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And crown Him Lord of all. And crown Him Lord of all. 

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For the wonders of creation, Thought is poor, and poor expression, — 

Works with skill and kindness wrought; Who can sing that wondrous song ? 

For Thy providence, that governs Brightness of the Father's glory, 

Through Thine empire'a wide domain, Shall Thy praise unuttered lie ? 

Wings an angel, guides a sparrow, Break, my tongue, such guilty silence ! 

Blessed be Thy gentle reign. Sing the Lord who came to die. 

4 From the highest throne of glory 
To the cross of deepest woe, 
Thou didst stoop to ransom captives ; 

Flow my praise, forever flow. 
Reascend, immortal Saviour, 

Leave Thy footstool, take Thy throne : 
Thence return, and reign forever : 
Be the kingdom all Thine own ! 

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Let all cry aloud and honor the Son ; And thanks never ceasing for inhniteLove. 

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Crown His head with endless blessing. 

Who, in God the Father's name, 
With compassions never ceasing, 

Comes salvation to proclaim. 
Hail, }^e saints, who know His favor, 

Who within His gates are found ; 
Hail, 3-e saints, the exalted Saviour. 

Let His courts with praise resound. 

Lo, Jehovah, we adore Thee ; 

Thee our Saviour ! Thee our God ! 
From His throne His beams of glory 

Shine through all the world abroad. 



In His word His light arises, 

Brightest beams of truth and grace : 

Bind, oh, bind your sacrifices. 
In His courts your offerings place. 

3 Jesus, Thee our Saviour hailing, 
Thee our God in praise we own ; 
Highest honors, never failing, 

Rise eternal round Thy throne; 
Now, ye saints, His power confessing, 

In your grateful strains adore ; 
For His mercy, never ceasing. 
Flows, and flows for evermore. 
137 Rev. William Goode, 1811 



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Thrones and dominations, 

Stars upon their way, 
All the heavenly orders, 

In their great array. 

Humbled for a season, 

To receive a name 
From the lips of sinners 

Unto whom He came, 
Faithfully He bore it 

Spotless to the last, 
Brought it back victorious, 

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To the Father's breast, 

Filled it with the glory 
Of that perfect rest. 

In your hearts enthrone Him ; 

There let Him subdue 
All that is not holy, 

All that is not true; 
Crown Him as your Captain 

In temptation's hour ; 
Let His will enfold you 

In its light and power. 

Brothers, this Lord Jesus 

Shall return again, 
With His Father's glory, 

With His angel train ; 
For all wreaths of empire 

Meet upon His brow, 
And our hearts confess Him 

King of glory now. 

Caroline Maria Noel, 1870 



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Till all His foes submit, 
And bow to His command, 
Aud fall beneath His feet. 



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4 Rejoice in glorious hope, 

Jesus the Judge shall come, 
And take His servants up 
To their eternal home. 
We soon shall hear th'archangel's voice ; 
The trump of God shall sound ; — Rejoice ! 

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Let all that dwell above the sky. 

And air, and earth, and seas, 
Conspire to lift Thy glories high, 

And speak Thine endless praise. 

The whole creation join in one 
To bless the sacred Xame 

Of Him that sits upon the throne, 
And to adore the Lamb. 

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To spread through all the earth abroad, His blood can make the foulest clean, 

The honors of Thy name. His blood availed for me. 

.Jesus, the name that calms our fears, 5 Let us obey: we then shall know. 

That bids our sorrows cease; Shall feel our sins forgiven: 

Tis music in the sinner's ears; Anticipate our heaven below, 

Tis life, and health, and peace. And own that love is heaven. 

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Their wondrous powers impart, That we in Christ may live. 

Grant, Saviour, what we more desire, 4 To our benighted minds reveal 
Thy Spirit in our heart. The glories of His grace, 

3 Spirit of life, and light, and love, And bring us where no clouds conceal 

Thy heavenly influence give ; The brightness of His face. 



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Fond of these trifling toys ; 
Our souls can neither fly nor go 
To reach eternal joys. 

3 In vain we tune our formal songs ; 

In vain we strive to rise ; 
Hosannas languish on our tongues, 
And our devotion dies. 



4 Dear Lord, and shall we ever live 

At this poor dying rate ? 
Our love so faint, so cold to Thee, 
And Thine to us so great ! 

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Thine in ,vard teachings make us know 
Our danger, and our refuge too. 

3 Thy power and glory work within, 
And break the chains of reigning sin ; 



207 



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Do our imperious lusts subdue, 
And form our wretched hearts anew. 

4 The troubled conscience knows Thy voice, 
Thy cheering words awake our joys ; 
Thy words allay the stormy wind, 
And calm the surges of the mind. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709 



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Ten thousand times Thy goodness seen, Into Thy rest of love receive, 
Ten thousand times Thy goodness grieved. And bless me with a calm repose. 

3 Yet O ! the chief of sinners spare, 5 E'en now my weary soul release, 

And raise me by Thy gracious hand ; 

Guide me into Thy perfect peace, 
And brin< 
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In honor of my great Sigh Priest; 
Nor in Thy righteous anger swear, 

I shall not see Thy people's rest. 



me to the promised land. 
Rev. Chavles Wesley. 1749 



208 



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The vanity of things below, 
And excellence of things above. 

While thro' this dubious maze I stray. 

Spread, like the sun, Thy beams a- 
To show the dangers of the way, [broad, 

And guide my feeble steps to God. 
Rev. Benjamin Beddome. Pub. 1S17 

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Lead us to God, our final rest, 

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Lead us to heaven, that we may share 

Fulness of joy forever there. 

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Our most delightful Guest ! 

With soothing power ; 
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Shade, 'mid the noontide glow ; 
Peace, when deep griefs overflow; 

Cheer us, this hour ! 

3 Come, Light serene, and still 
( )ur inmost bosoms fill ; 

Dwell in each breast : 
We know no dawn but Thine; 
Send forth Thy beams divine, 
On our dark souls to shine, 

And make us blest. 



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4 Exalt our low desires ; 
Extinguish passion's fires ; 

Heal every wound ; 
Our stubborn spirits bend, 
Our icy coldness end, 
Our devious steps attend, 

While heavenward bound. 

5 Come, all the faithful bless ; 
Let all, who Christ confess, 

His praise employ : 
Give virtue's rich reward; 
Victorious death accord, 
And, with our glorious Lord, 

Eternal joy! 
Anon (Latin 13th Cent); Tr. by Rev. Ray Palmer, 1858 

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A living spark of holy fire ? And let me now my Saviour see: 

! kindle now the sacred flame, 0! soothe and cheer my burdened heart, 

Make me to burn with pure desire. And bid my spirit rest in Thee. 

Anon; Lock Chapel Collection. 1S03. alt. 

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Groping on in darkness drear ; 
When the storms are raging sore, 
Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er, 
Whisper softly, "Wanderer, come! 
Follow Me. I'll guide thee home.'' 

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When our days of toil shall cease, 
Waiting still for sweet release. 
Nothing left but heaven and prayer. 
Wondering if our names are there, 
Wading deep the dismal flood. 
Pleading naught but Jesus' blood, — 
Whisper softly, '-Wanderer, come ! 
Follow Me, I'll guide thee home." 
Marcus M. Wells,. 1833 



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3 The young, the old inspire 

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To pray, and praise, and love. 

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5 Spirit of Truth, be Thou, 

In life and death, our guide ; 
Spirit of Adoption, now 
May we be sanctified ! 

James Montgomery, 1819 
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And bo our wondering view reveal 

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To sanctify the soul, 
To pour fresh life on every part, 

And new create the whole. 
Dwell therefore in our hearts ; 

Our minds from bondage free; 
Then shall we know, and praise, and 

The Father, Son, and Thee, [love 

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Sick and faint, Thy strength afford 
Lost, until by Thee restored, 
Comforter divine. 

3 Like the dew Thy peace distil; 
Guide, subdue our wayward will, 
Things of Christ unfolding still, 

Comforter divine. 

4 With us, for us, intercede, 

And with voiceless groanings plead 



SCHUMANN S. M. 



Our unutterable need, 

Comforter divine. 
In us, "Abba, Father," cry; 
Earnest of the bliss on high, 
Seal of immortality, 

Comforter divine. 
Search for us the depths of God; 
Upwards, by the starry road, 
Bear us to Thy high abode, 

Comforter divine. 

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Blest Comforter! to us impart 

The blessings of Thy grace. 

Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney, 1824 



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Wash me in His precious blood. 

3 Life and peace to me impart, 
Seal salvation on my heart ; 



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Breathe Thyself into my breast, 
Earnest of immortal rest. 
4 Let me never from Thee stray, 
Keep me in the narrow way ; 
Fill my soul with joy divine, 
Keep me, Lord, for ever Thine. 

John Stocker, 1777 
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Bid my many woes depart, 
Heal my wounded, bleeding heart. 
4 Holy Spirit, all divine, 

Dwell within this heart of mine ; 
Cast down every idol throne, 
Reign supreme — and reign alone. 



148 



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The Father's promised Paraclete ! 
Thrice holy fount, thrice holy fire, 
Our hearts with heavenly love inspire ; 
Come, and Thy sacred unction bring 
To sanctify us while we sing. 

3 Plenteous of grace, come from on high, 
Rich in Thy sevenfold energy : 

Make us eternal truths receive, 
And practice all that we believe ; 
Give us Thyself, that Ave may see 
The Father" and the Son by Thee. 

4 Immortal honor, endless fame, 
Attend the Almighty Father's Name ; 
The Saviour Son be glorified, 

Who for lost man's redemption died j 
And equal adoration be 
Eternal Paraclete, to Thee. 

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And all that life is love. 

Here would we end our quest : 
Alone are found in Thee 

The life of perfect love, the rest 

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James Montgomery, 1818 



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5 0! for this love, let rocks and hills 
Their lasting silence break ; 
And all harmonious human tongues 
The Saviour's praises speak. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



Beheld our helpless grief 
He saw, and, amazing love ! 
He ran to our relief. 

3 Down from the shining seats above, 
With joyful haste He fled, 
Entered the grave in mortal flesh, 
And dwelt anions: the dead. 



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From crimes of deepest dye. 

5 Stretchout Thine arm, victorious King, 
My reigning sins subdue; 

Drive the old dragon from his seat, 
With all his hellish crew. 

6 A guilty, weak, and helpless worm, 

On Thy kind arms I fall: 
Be Thou my strength and righteousness, 
My Jesus and my all. 

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She makes his fetters strong. And chains it down to sense. 

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Amidst our youthful bloom ; Be joined with godly fear : 

'Twill fit us for declining age, And all my conversation prove 

And for the awful tomb. My heart to be sincere. 

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The soul of man, Jehovah's breath, 

That keeps two worlds at strife : 
Hell moves beneath to work its death. 

Heaven stoops to give it life. 
God, to redeem it, did not spare 

His well-beloved Son ; 
Jesus, to save it, deigned to bear 

The sins of all in one. 



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In earthern vessels frail ? 
Can none its utmost value know. 

Till flesh and spirit fail ? 
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That knowledge to obtain ; 
Xot by the soul's eternal I 

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The wisdom, power, and grace of God. From earth to realms of endless day. [way 

3 The prisoner here may break his chains; 5 grant us grace, Almighty Lord, 
The weary rest from all his pains ; To read and mark Thy holy word ; 
The captive feel his bondage cease; Its truths with meekness to receive, 
The mourner find the way of peace. And by its holy precepts live. 



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Where God, the Saviour,loved and died ! 

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4 I would forever speak His name 
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Reveals Thy justice and Thy grace. Blesg thedark wor i dwit h heavenly light; 

3 Sun,moon,and stars convey Thy praise Thy gospel makes the simple wise, 
Round the whole earth, and never stand ; Thy laws are pure, Thy judgments right. 
So. when Thy truth began its race, 6 T1 noMest wonders here we vi 

It touched and glanced on every land. In gou]s renewed> and sins forgiven . 

4 Nor shall Thy spreading gospel rest, Lord, cleanse my sins, my soul renew, 
Till thro' the world Thy truth has run ; And make Thy word my guide to heaven. 



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In vain the trembling conscience seeks Thy promises, how firm they be ! 

Some solid ground to rest upon ; How firm our hope and comfort stands! 

With long despair the spirit breaks, 4 ghould M the fonng ^ men devige 

Till we apply to Christ alone. Assaultmy faith with treacherous art, 

How well Thy blessed truths agree ! I'll call them vanity and lies, 

How wise and holy Thy commands ! And bind the gospel to my heart. 

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Behold the spirits of the just, 

AVhose faith is turned to sight. 
Behold, the blest assembly there, 

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And God, the Judge of all, declares 

Their vilest sins forgiven. 
The saints on earth, and all the dead. 

But one communion make ; 
All join in Christ their living Head, 

And of His grace partake. 
In such society as this 

My weary soul would rest; 
The man that dwells where Jesus is. 

.Must be forever blest. 

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Than eastern climes unfold ; And heavenly crowns displays. 

More precious are her bright rewards 4 And, as her holy labours rise, 
Then gems or stores of gold. So her rewards increase ; 

Her right hand offers to the just Her ways are ways of pleasantness. 
Immortal, happy days; And all her paths are peace. 



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The year of jubilee is come ; 
Return, ye ransomed sinners, home. 
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I love to tell the story, 

It did so much for me ; 
And that is just the reason 

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I love to tell, etc. 

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I love to tell the story, 

For some have never heard 

The message of salvation 
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I love to tell, etc. 

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Seem hungering and thristing 

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Justice is pleased, and peace is given. To give us free access to God ; 

3 Now truth and honour shall abound, Our wandering feet shall stray no more, 
Religion dwell on earth again, But mark His steps and keep the road. 

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3 What curses does the law denounce Fly to the hope the gospel gives : 
Against the man that fails but once ! The man that trusts the promise, lives. 

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1 () Jesus, Saviour of the lost, 

.My rock and hiding place, 
By storms of sin and sorrow tossed, 
I seek Thy sheltering grace. 

2 Guilty, forgive me, Lord, I cry, 

Pursued by foes, I come ; 
A sinner, save me, or I die, 
An outcast, take me home. 



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There death itself is gain. 

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To hide myself in Thee. 
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Grace first contrived the way 4 

To save rebellious man ; 
And all the steps that grace display 

Which drew the wondrous plan. 
Grace first inscribed my name I 

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'Twas grace that gave me to the Lamb, 

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To tread the heavenly road : 
And new supplies each hour I meet, 

While pressing on to God. 
Grace all the work shall crown, 

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It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 

And well deserves the praise. 

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The hour I first believed! 
3 Thro' many dangers, toils and snares, 

I have already come ; 
'Tis grace has Drought me safe thus 

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His word my hope secures ; 
He will my shield and portion be, 

As long as life endures. 
And when this flesh and heart shall 

And mortal life shall cease ; [fail, 
I shall possess, within the veil, 

A life of joy and peace. 

Rev. John Newton, 1779 



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In groans and tears, in sweat and blood. He bids the dying sinner live. 

3 To save a guilty world, He dies ; 5 Jesus, my Lord, I look to Thee ; 
Sinners, behold the bleeding Lamb ! Where else can helpless sinners go ? 

To Him lift up your longing eyes, Thy boundless love shall set me free 

And hope for mercy in His name. From all my wretchedness and woe. 

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3 Nothing in my hand I bring ; 
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Rock of ages, cleft for me, 
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That fountain in his day ; 

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Washed all my sins away. 

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Nor of fitness fondly dream j 
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You will never come at all. 

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Venture on Him, venture wholly, 
Let no other trust intrude ; 

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Can do helpless sinners good. 

Saints and angels joined in concert, 

Sing the praises of the Lamb ; 
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Sweetly echo with His name. 

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Come and welcome, sinner, come. 

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See with richest dainties stored ; 
To thy Father's bosom pressed, 
Yet again a child confessed, 
Never from His house to roam : 
Come and welcome, sinner, come! 

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Lo, I come, your Saviour, friend, 
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255 BENTLEY 7. 6. 7. 6. D. 



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That peace and pardon might be free ; My grace repays all earthly loss ; 
wretched sinner, come. needy sinner, come. 

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WELTON L.M. 



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God calling yet ! shall I not rise ? 4 God calling yet ! and shall I give 
Can I His loving voice despise, No heed, but still in bondage live ? 

And basely His kind care repay ? I wait, but He does not forsake ; 

He calls me still ; can I delay ? He calls me still : my heart, awake ! 

3 God calling yet ! and shall He knock, 5 God calling yet ! I cannot stay ; 
And I my heart the closer lock ? My heart I yield without delay. 

He still is waiting to receive, Tain world, farewell, from thee I part ; 

And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? The voice of God hath reached my heart. 

Gerhard Tersteegen, 1735; Tr. Sarah B. Findlater, 1855 

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Turn out His enemy and thine, 
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And let the heavenly stranger in. 
Admit Him, ere His anger burn; 
His feet, departed, ne'er return; 
Admit Him, or the hour's at hand, 
Y'oull at His door rejected stand. 
Eev. Joseph Grigg, 1765 



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Return, wanderer, return, 

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'Tis mercy's voice invites thee near. 
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3 Blest is the man whose shoulders take Resign our spirits to Thy hand, 

My yoke, and bear it with delight ; To mould and guide us at Thy will. 

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In ecstasies unknown. 
And yet ten thousand thousand more 

Are welcome still to come; 
Ye longing souls, the grace adore, 

Approach, there yet is room. 

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And fired his hope, and nerved his will. 



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Why should we then our bliss delay? 
Thou, Lord, e'en now art calling me,- 
I will leave all, and follow Thee. 

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AVhate'er your burdens be ; 
Hear now His loving call, 

" Cast all your care on Me." 
Come, and for every grief 

In Jesus you will find 
A sure and safe relief, 

A loving Friend and kind. 

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When heart and eyes run o'er ? 
When all things seem against me, 

To drive me to despair, 
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That His brow adorns ? 
" Yea, a crown, in very surety, 
But of thorns." 

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What His guerdon here ? 
" Many a sorrow, many a labor, 
Many a tear." 



Jordan passed." 

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Will He say me nay ? 
" Not till earth and not till heaven 
Pass away." 

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" Saints, apostles, prophets, martyrs, 
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See, His mighty arm is bared, 
Awful terrors clothe His brow ; 

For His judgments stand prepared ; 
Thou must either break or bow. 

At His presence nature shakes, 
Earth, affrighted, hastes to flee ; 

Solid mountains melt like wax, 
What will then become of thee ? 



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Rev. Thomas Scott, 1773 (text of 1787) 



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refuse [pardoning blood? 

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3 Delay not, delay not, sinner, to 

come, [thee to-day: 

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Her voice is not heard in the vale of 

the tomb; [pass away. 

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27 J TO-DAY 6.4.6.4 

J To-day the Saviour calls! 
Ye wanderers, come; 
0, ye benighted souls, 
Why longer roam? 

2 To-day the Saviour calls; 
Oh, hear Him now! 
Within these sacred walls 
To Jesus bow. 



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Delay not, delay not, the Spirit of 

Grace, [take its sad flight; 

Long grieved and resisted, may 

And leave thee in darkness to finish 

thy race, [night. 

To sink in the gloom of eternity's 

Delay not, delay not, the hour is at 
hand; [heavens shall fade; 

The earth shall dissolve, and the 
The dead, small and great, in the judg- 
ment shall stand; [thee its aid? 
What power then, sinner, shall lend 
Thos. Hastings, 1850 



3 To-day the Saviour calls; 

For refuge fly; 
The storm of justice falls, 
And death is nigh. 

4 The Spirit calls to-day: 

Yield to His power; 
O, grieve Him not away ! 
'Tis mercy's hour. 

Rev. Samuel F. Smith, 1831 
Alt. Thos. Hastings, pub. 1832 



Expostulation anfc Warning 



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Will ye still refuse to live ? 
Why will ye forever die, 
ye guilty sinners, why ? 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1741, alt. 



TODAY 6.4.6.4 



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2 While God invites, how blest the day ! 4 In that lone land of deep despair 
How sweet the gospel's charming sound! No Sabbath's heavenly light shall rise; 

Come, sinners, haste, 0, haste away, No God regard your bitter prayer, 
While yet a pardoning God is found. Nor Saviour call you to the skies. 

3 Soon, borne on time's most rapid wing, 5 Now God invites — how blest the day ! 
Shall death commandyou to the grave, How sweet the gospel's charming sound! 

Before His bar your spirits bring, Come, sinners, haste, oh, haste away, 

And none be found to hear or save. While yet a pardoning God is found. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, 1800 

274 ROSE HILL L. M. Joseph E. Sweetser, 1849 

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Shall troubled conscience give you pain? 
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3 Not so your eyes will always view 
Those objects which you now pursue; 



Not so will heaven and hell appear, 
When death's decisive hour is near. 
Almighty God, Thy grace impart; 
Fix deep conviction on each heart, 
Nor let us waste, on trifling cares, 
That life which Thy compassion spares. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 



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When mercy will be heard no more; 
Then will they ask in vain to hear 
The voice they would not hear before. 



276 



BERA L.M. 



With such, I own, I once appeared, 
But now I know how great their loss; 

For sweeter sounds were never heard, 
Than mercy utters from the cross. 

But let me not forget to own, 

That if I differ aught from those, 

'Tis due to sovereign grace alone, 
That oft selects its proudest foes. 
Kev. Thos. Kelly, 1804 

John E. Gould, 1849 




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Sinner ! it was a heavenly voice, 
It was the Spirit's gracious call ; 

It bade thee make the better choice, 
And haste to seek in Christ thine all. 

Spurn not the call to life and light ; 

Regard, in time, the warning kind ; 
That call thou mayst not always slight, 

And yet the gate of mercy find. 



185 



God's Spirit will not always strive 
With hardened, self-destroying man; 

Ye who persist his love to grieve, 
May never hear his voice again. 

Sinner ! perhaps, this very day, 
Thy last accepted time may be : 

0, shouldst thou grieve him now away, 
Then hope may never beam on thee. 

Mrs. Abigail B. Hyde. 1824 



277 OLMUTZ S.M. 

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3 Now is the accepted time, 

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4 Lord, draw reluctant souls, 

And feast them with Thy love; 
Then will the angels spread their 
And bear the news above, [wings. 
John Dobell, 1806 

Rev. William H. Havergal, 1846 

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And life, and health, and bliss imparl. 
To banish mortal woe. 

Here springs of sacred pleasure rise, 5 

To ease your every pain ; 
Immortal fountain! full supplies! 

Nor shall you thirst in vain. 

186 



Ye sinners, come, 'tis mercy's voice. 

The gracious call obey; 
Mercy invites to heavenly joys. 

And can you yet delay? 

Dear Saviour, draw reluctant hearts ; 

To Thee let sinners fly, 
And take the bliss Thy love imparts, 

And drink and never die. 

Anne Steele, 1760 



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News from Sion's King proclaim 

To each rebel sinner — " Pardon, 
Free forgiveness in His name : " 

How important ! 
Free forgiveness in His name. 



4 False professors, grovelling worldlings, 
Callous hearers of the word, 

While the messengers address you, 
Take the warnings they afford ; 

We entreat you, 
Take the warnings they afford. 



3 Tempted souls, they bring you succour, 5 Who hath our report believed ? 
Fearful hearts, they quell your fears : Who received the joyful word ? 
And with news of consolation, Who embraced the news of pardon 

Chase away the falling tears ; Offered to you by the Lord ? 

Tender heralds — Can you slight it, 

Chase away the falling tears. Offered to you by the Lord ? 

Rev. Jonathan Allen. ISM 



EFFECTUAL CALLING 



280 



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Elizabeth Cuthbert 1814 




2 My hopes of heaven were firm and 4 Then felt my soul the heavy load 



But since the precept came [bright, 
With a convincing power and light, 

I find how vile I am. 
My guilt appeared but small before, 

Till terribly I saw 
How perfect, holy, just, and pure, 

Was Thine eternal law. 



28 1 WARNER L.M. 



My sins revived again; 
I had provoked a dreadful God, 
And all my hopes were slain. 
My God, I cry with every breath, 

For some kind power to save, 
To break the yoke of sin and death, 
And thus redeem the slave. 

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Christ and His Cross my only plea ; To Calvary alone I flee ; 

O God, be merciful to me ! 

5 And when, redeemed from sin and hell, 

With all the ransomed throng I dwell, 

My raptured song shall ever be, 

< rod has been merciful to me ! 

lbs Kev. Cornelius Elven, 1852 



O God, be merciful to me ! 
3 Far off I stand with tearful eyes 
Nor Hare uplift them to the skies ; 
But Thou (lost all my anguish see; 
God, be merciful to me ! 



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That live in Thee and love. 

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And set me faultless there before the laid down. 

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5 'Twas He who found me on the deathly all I owe, 

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Though not a word He spoke. 

4 My conscience felt and owned the guilt, 

And plunged me in despair; 
I saw my sins His blood had spilt, 
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5 Alas! I knew not what I did, 

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For I the Lord have slain. 

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8 With pleasing grief and mournful joy, 
My spirit now is filled; 
That I should such a life destroy, 
Yet live by Him I killed. 

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1 O Thou, whose tender mercy hears 

Contrition's humble sigh; 
Whose hand indulgent wipes the tears 
From sorrow's weeping eye. 

2 See, low before Thy throne of grace, 

A wretched wanderer mourn; 
Hast Thou not bid me seek Thy face ? 
Hast Thou not said — return? 

3 And shall my guilty fears prevail 

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This only safe retreat. 

4 Absent from Thee, my Guide, my Light, 
Without one cheering ra} r ; 

Thro' dangers, fears, and gloomy night, 
How desolate my way ! 

5 ! shine on this benighted heart, 
With beams of mercy shine ! 

And let Thy healing voice impart 
A taste of joys divine. 
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In ceaseless torrents flow. And aR my gins forgive . 

3 But no such sacrifice I plead Justice will well approve the word 

To expiate my guilt ; That bids the sinner live. 

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Perhaps He may command my touch, 
And then the suppliant lives. 

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Perhaps will hear my prayer ; 

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And perish only there. 

"I can but perish if I go ; 

I am resolved to try ; 
For if I stay away, I know 

I must forever die." 

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How sweet the bidding, "Come to Me." A sweet voice utters, "Come to Me. 

3 Whenthepoorheartwithanguish learns 6 "Come, for all else must fail and die; 
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It hears the accents, "Come to Me." 

4 When against sin I strive in vain, 
And cannot from its yoke get free, 

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I am thy Portion; come to Me.' ? 

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In conflict, grief, and agony, 

Support me, cheer me from above. 
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Remember Calvary's tree, I yield my soul to Thee; 

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4 Lord, I am guilty, I am vile, Howe'er forgotten here on earth, 

But Thy salvation's free; Do Thou remember me. 

Then, in Thine all-abounding grace, 6 And when I close my eyes in death, 

And human help shall flee, 
Then, then, my dear redeeming God, 

then remember me. 
Rev. Richard Burnham, 17%; Verses 1, 4, alt. 



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5 Howe'er forsaken or despised, 
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Lamb of God, I come. 

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Prepared for you in love. 
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According to His word, 
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Art All in all to me, 
And weakness Avill be power, 

If leaning hard on Thee. 

3 I could not do without Thee, 

Jesus, Saviour dear; 
E'en when my eyes are holden, 

1 know that Thou art near. 
How dreary and how lonely 

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4 I could not do without Thee; 

No other friend can read 
The spirit's strange deep longings, 

Interpreting its need; 
No human heart could enter 

Each dim recess of mine, 
And soothe, and hush, and calm it, 

blessed Lord, but Thine. 

5 I could not do without Thee, 

Eor years are fleeting fast, 
And soon in solemn loneliness 

The river must be passed; 
But Thou wilt never leave me, 

And though the waves roll high, 
I know Thou wilt be near me, 

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From the long sleep of death ; 
On heavenly things we fix our eyes, 
And praise employs our breath. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 

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And sh„w my sins forgiven? Th(4 ple(]ge of joys to come; 

3 Assure my conscience of her part And Thy soft wings, celestial Dove, 

In the Redeemer's blood, Will safe convey me home. 

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I no relief could find ; And broke the fowler's snare ; 

This fearful truth increased my pain, Yet, when I found this truth remain, 
" The sinner must be born again," " The sinner must be born again," 

And whelmed my tortured mind. I sunk in deep despair. 



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And guilt lay heavy on my soul, 

A vast oppressive load ; 
Alas, I read and saw it plain, 
" The sinner must be born again," 

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The gracious Saviour passed this way, 

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The sinner, by His justice slain, 
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And not alone the gift of life, 

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I'll hold it for the Giver; 
My heart, my si rength, my life, my all, 

Are His, and His forever. 

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So kind and true and tender! 
So wise a Counsellor and Guide, 

So mighty a Defender! 
From Him who loves me now so well 

Wind power my soul shall sever? 
Shall life or death, shall earth or hell? 

No: I am His forever. 

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No refuge, no safety, in self could I see : 
Jehovah, Thou only my Saviour must be ! 

3 My terrors all vanished before His sweet name ; 
My guilty fears banished, with boldness I came 
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Jehovah, my Saviour, I ne'er can be lost ; 

In Thee I shall conquer, by flood and by field, 

Jehovah my Anchor, Jehovah my Shield ! 

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Prostrate at Thy feet repenting, , 

Send, 0! send me quick relief. 

3 Whither should a wretch be flying, 

But to Him who comfort gives? 
Whither, from the dread of dying, ^ 
But to Him who ever lives? 

4 While I view Thee, wounded, grieving, 

Breathless, on the cursed tree, 



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Fain, I'd feel my heart believing 
That Thou sufferedst thus for me. 

With Thy righteousness and Spirit, 
I am more than angels blest; 

Heir with Thee, all things inherit, 
Peace, and joy, and endless rest. 

Saved ! — the deed shall spread new glory 
Through the shining realms above; 

Angels sing the pleasing story, 
All enraptured with Thy love. 

Rev. Daniel Turner, 1769 

Rev. John B. Dykes, 1857 




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4 Witness, all ye hosts of heaven, 
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Praise the Lamb enthroned above ; 

Whilst astonished I admire 

God's free grace and boundless love. 



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That blest moment I received Him, 
Filled my soul with joy and peace ; 

Love I much ? I'm much forgiven, 
I'm a miracle of grace. 

John Wingrove, 178.". 

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To Him who merits all my love ! Fixed on this blissful centre, rest; 

Let cheerful anthems fill His house. Here have I found a nobler part, 

While to that sacred shrine I move. Here heavenly pleasures fill my breast. 

3 'Tis done; the great transaction's done; 5 High heaven, that heard the solemn vow, 
I am my Lord's, and He is mine ; That vow renewed shall daily hear ; 

He drew me, and I followed on. Till, in life's latest hour, I bow, 

Rejoiced to own the call divine. And bless in death a bond so dear. 

^09 Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 



BENEFITS OF THE CALLED 



Henry Baker, 




Now, for the love I bear His name, 0, may my soul be found in Him, 

What was my gain, I count my loss; And of His righteousness partake. 

My former pride I call my shame, 4 The best obedience of my hands 



And nail my glory to His cross. 
Yes, — and I must, and will esteem 
All things but loss for Jesus' sake; 



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Dares not appear before Thy throne ; 
But faith can answer Thy demands, 
By pleading what my Lord has done. 
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Can rid me of this dark unrest, 
And set my spirit free. 



Thy work alone, < > Christ, 
< Jan ease this weight of sin ; 

Thy blood alone, ( I Lamb of God, 
( Ian give me peace within. 

Thy love to me, God, 

Not mine, Lord, to Thee, 



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speak ; 
Thy power alone, Son of God, 

Can this sore bondage break. 
I bless the Christ of God; 

I rest on love Divine; 
And. with unfaltering lip and heart, 
I rail this Saviour mine. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar, 186J 



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Receives the grace His death secured, 
And pleads the anguish He endured. 

3 My soul its every foe defies, 
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Who charges God's elect with sin ? 
Shall Christ, who died their peace to win? 

4 A song of praise my soul shall sing, 
To our eternal, glorious King ! 
Shall worship humbly at His feet, 
In whom alone it stands complete. 

Mrs. Grace \V. Hinsdale, 1865 

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Guilty before the Lord. A \V mi 

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3 In vain we ask God's righteous law Our faith receives a righteousness 

To justify us now; That makes the sinner just. 

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They enjoy the Saviour's peace ; 
All their sins are washed away, 
They shall stand in God's great day : 
With them numbered may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 



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Children of a heavenly birth ; 
One with God, with Jesus one, 
Glory is in them begun : 
With them numbered may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 
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A hope so much Divine 
May i rials well endure, 

May purge our souls from sense and 
As Christ the Lord is pure, [sin, 



( Or to Ferguson, Wo. 527 1 

L If in my Father's love 

I share a filial part, 

Send down Thy Spirit like a dove 
To rest upon my heart. 

We would no longer lie 

Like slaves beneath the throne; 

My faith shall " Abba, Father," cry, 
And Thou the kindred own. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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FELIX L.M. 




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2 What is my being but for Thee, 
Its sure support, its noblest end, 
Thine ever-smiling face to see j o 4 His work my hoary age shall bless, 

When youthful vigor is no more; 
And my last hour of life confess 
His dying love, His saving power. 
Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1740 

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To Him who for my ransom died; 



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Among the children of Thy grace ; That bought my guilty soul for God ; 
A wretched sinner lost to God, Thee, my new Master, now I call, 
But ransomed by Immanuel's blood. And consecrate to Thee my all. 

3 Thine would I live, Thine would I die, 5 Do Thou assist a feeble worm 

Be Thine through all eternity: The great engagement to perform; 

The vow is passed beyond repeal ; Thy grace can full assistance lend, 

Now will I set the solemn seal. And on that grace I dare depend. 

213 Rev. Samuel Davies, 1769 



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Take my feet, and let them be 
Swift and beautiful for Thee. 

3 Take my voice, and let me sing, 
Always, only, for my King. 
Take my lips, and let them be 
Filled with messages from Thee. 

4 Take my silver and my gold ; 
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Take my intellect, and use 
Every power as Thou shalt choose. 
Take my will, and make it Thine ; 
It shall be no longer mine. 
Take my heart, it is Thine own ; 
It shall be Thy royal throne. 
Take my love ; my Lord, I pour 
At Thy feet its treasure-store. 
Take myself, and I will be 
Ever, only, all for Thee. 

Frances E. Havergal, 1874 

Lewis T. Dowries, 1851 

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On Thy faithful word 1 rest. 

Saints rejoicing evermore, 
In the Lord Jehovah trust ; 

Him, in all His ways, adore, 
Wise, and wonderful, and just. 

James Montgomery, 1822 



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To dwell in lowliness with men, 
Their pattern and their King, — 

3 Still to the lowly soul 

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Chooseth the pure in heart. 

4 Lord, we Thy presence seek ; 
Ours may this blessing be : 
give the pure and lowly heart, 
A temple meet for Thee. 
Rev. John Keble, 1819; Verses 2, 4, added, 1836 

Lowell Mason. 1830 

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When His salvation reigns within, 
And grace subdues the power of sin. 

3 Our flesh and sense must be denied. 
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While justice, temperance, truth, and 
Our inward piety approve. [love, 

4 Religion bears our spirits up, 

While we expect that blessed hope. 
The bright appearance of the Lord. 
And faith stauds leaning on His word. 

; Rev. Isaac Watts. 1707 



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Into every troubled breast ; 
Let us all in Thee inherit, 

Let us find the promised rest ; 
Take away the love of sinning, 

Alpha and Omega be ; 
El id of faith, as its beginning, 

Set our hearts at liberty. 

3 Come, Almighty to deliver ! 

Let us all Thy life receive ; 
Suddenly return, and never, 
Never more Thy temples leave. 



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Serve Thee as Thy hosts above ; 
Pray,and praise Thee without ceasing, 

Glory in Thy perfect love. 

Finish, then, Thy new creation, 

Pure and spotless let us be ; 
Let us see Thy great salvation, 

Perfectly restored in Thee. 
Changed from glory into glory, 

Till in heaven we take our place ; 
Till we cast our crowns before Thee, 

Lost in wonder, love, and praise. 
Rev. Charles Wesley, 1747 



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May dwell, but Thy pure love alone ; 

O may Thy love possess me whole, 
My joy, my treasure, and my crown: 

Strange tires far from my soul remove ; 

My every act, word, thought, be love. 



Still let Thy love point out my way ; 

How wondrous things Thy love hath 
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Still lead me, lest I go astray ; 

Direct my work, inspire my thought ; 
And if I fall, soon may I hear 
Thy voice, and know that love is near. 



3 love, how cheering is thy ray ! 

All pain before thy presence flies : 
Care, anguish, sorrow, melt away, 

Where'er thy healing beams arise. 
O Jesus, nothing may I see, 
Or hear, or feel, or think, but Thee. 



5 In suffering, be Thy love my peace ; 

In weakness, be Thy love my power; 
And when the storms of life shall cease. 

Jesus, in that important hour, 
In death, as life, be Thou my Guide, 
And save me, who for me hast died. 



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In poverty's vale, or abounding in wealth, 
At home and abroad, on the land, on the sea, 

" As thy days may demand, shall thy strength ever be. 

3 " Fear not, I am with thee, be not dismayed ; 
I, I am thy God, and will still give thee aid; 

I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand. 
Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand. 

4 "When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lie, 
.My grace, all sufficient, shall be thy supply; 
The flame shall not hurt thee: I only design 
Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine. 

5 •• E'en down to old age all My people shall prove 
M\ sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love; 

And when hoary hairs shall their temples adorn. 
Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be borne. 

6 "The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for repose, 
I will not, I will not desert to his foes; 

That soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake, 
I'll never, do, never, no, never forsake." 

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3 All things hasten to decay, 
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Cease his blazing course to run. 

4 Scenes will vary, friends grow strange, 
But the Changeless cannot change : 
Gladly will I journey on, 
With His arm to lean upon. 

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In joy, in sorrow, life and death, 
His love is still the same. 

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His word says, It is well. 

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And therefore, It is well. 

Soon will your sorrows all be o'er, 
And you shall sweetly tell, 

On Canaan's calm and pleasant shore, 
That all at last is well. 

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4 I welcome all Thy sovereign will, 

For all that will is love; 
And when I know not what Thou dost, 
I wait the light above. 

5 Thy covenant in the darkest gloom 

Shall heavenly rays impart, 
And when my eyelids close in death, 
Sustain my fainting heart. 

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My soul He doth restore again; 

And me to walk doth make 
Within the paths of righteousness, 

E'en for His own name's sake. 
Yea, though I walk in death's dark 

Yet will I fear none ill ; [vale. 
For Thou art with me ; and Thy rod 

And staff me comfort still. 



My table Thou hast furnished 

In presence of my foes; 
My head Thou dost with oil anoint, 

And my cup overflows. 
Goodness and mercy all my life 

Shall surely follow me; 
And in God's house for evermore 

My dwelling-place shall be. 

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Hangs my helpless soul on Thee ; 
Leave, ah ! leave me not alone, 

Still support and comfort me. 
All my trust on Thee is stayed, 

All my help from Thee I bring; 
< lover my defenceless head 

With t lie shadow of Thy wing! 

3 Will Thou not regard my call? 

Wilt Thou not accept my prayer? 
Lo, I sink, I faint, I fall ! 

Lo, on Thee I cast my care; 
Reach me out Thy gracious hand. 

While r of Thy strength receive, 
Hoping against hope I si and, 

Dying, and behold I live! 



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Thou, Christ, art all I want ; 

More than all in Thee T rind: 
Raise the fallen, cheer the faint, 

Heal the sick, and lead the blind. 
Just and holy is Thy name ; 

I am all unrighteousness ; 
False and full of sin I am, 

Thou art full of truth and grace. 

Plenteous grace with Thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sin ; 
Let the healing streams abound ; 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the fountain art, 

Freely let me take of Thee ; 
Spring Thou up within my heart; 

Rise to all eternity ! 

liev.' ChaS. Wesley, 1740 



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3 Thou hast promised to receive us, 

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With Thy love our bosoms fill : 

Blessed Jesus. 
Thou hast loved us, love us still. 
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Whence the healing stream doth flow; Bid my anxious fears subside; 

Let the fire and cloudy pillar Death of deaths and hell's destruction, 

Lead me all my journey through: Land me safe on Canaan's side: 

Strong Deliverer, Songs of praises 

Be Thou still my Strength and Shield. I will ever give to Thee. 

Rev. William Williams (Welsh ), 1745; Tr. verse 1. Rev. Peter Williams, 1771; 
Verses 2, 3, Rev. Wm. Williams, c. 1772 



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My ransomed soul He leadeth, 
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Perverse and foolish oft I strayed, 

But yet in love He sought me, 
And on His shoulder gently laid, 

And home, rejoicing, brought me. 
In death's dark vale I fear no ill 

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Thy cross before to guide me. 
Thou spread'st a table in my sight ; 

Thy unction grace bestoweth ; 
And oh, what transport of delight 

From Thy pure chalice floweth ! 
And so through all the length of days, 

Thy goodness faileth never : 
Good Shepherd, may I sing Thy praise 

Within Thy house forever. 

Kev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1868 

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Eternal power performs the word, 

A nd fills all heaven with endless praise. 

3 Amidst temptations sharp and long, 
My soul to this dear refuge flies ; 



Hope is my anchor, firm and strong, 
While tempests blow and billows rise. 

4 The gospel bears my spirits up ; 
A faithful and unchanging God 

Lays the foundations for my hope, 
In oaths, and promises, and blood. 
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And lam Thine by sacred ties, [blood. 

Thy son, Thy servant bought with 
With heart, and eyes, and lifted hands, 5 

For Thee I long, to Thee I look, 
As travelers in thirsty lands 

Pant for the cooling water brook. 



No lasting pleasure can afford ; 
Yea, t'would a tiresome burden prove 
. If I were banished from Thee, Lord. 

I'll lift my hands, I'll raise my voice 
While I have breath to pray or praise ; 

This work shall make my heart rejoice, 
And spend the remnant of my days. 
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That every saint surround. Where Christ their Lord is gone. 

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Through life's dark wilderness ; 
Thine hand conduct me near Thy seat, 

To dwell before Thy face. 
Were I in heaven without my God, 

Twould be no joy to me ; 
And whilst this earth is my abode, 

I long for none but Thee. 
What if the springs of life were broke, 

And flesh and heart should faint, 



God is my soul's eternal rock, 

The strength of every saint. 
Behold! the sinners that remove 

Far from Thy presence, die; 
Not all the idol-gods they love 

Can save them when they cry. 
But to draw near to Thee, my God, 

Shall be my sweet employ ; 
My tongue shall sound Thy works 

And tell the world my joy. [abroad, 
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Tho' I should walk thro' death's dark 

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Thou dost my table spread ; 
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And joy exalts my head. 
The bounties of Thy love 

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Nor from Thy house will I remove, 

Nor cease to speak Thy praise. 

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3 I would trust in Thy protecting, 
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Keep me ever at Thy side ! 

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Through this lonely vale of tears ; 
Thro' the changes Thou'st decreed us, 

Till our last great change appears : 
When temptation's darts assail us, 

When in devious paths we stray, 
Let Thy goodness never fail us ; 

Lead us in Thy perfect way. 
In the hour of pain and anguish, 

In the hour when death draws near. 
Suffer not our hearts to languish, 

Suffer not our souls to fear : 
And, when mortal life is ended, 

Bid us in Thine arms to rest; 
Till, by angel-bands attended; 

We awake among the blest. 

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Still 'tis His hand that leadeth me. Since 'tis my God that leadeth me. 

4 And when my task on earth is done, 
When, by Thy grace, the victory's won, 
E'en death's cold wave I will not flee, 
Since God through Jordan leadeth me. 

232 Rev. Joseph II. Gilmore, 1861 



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Jesus has died for me; 
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Nor its soft arts beguile. 
A faith that keeps the narrow way, 

By truth restrained and led, 
And with a pure and heavenly ray, 

Lights up a dying bed. 

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The glory of thy light to find 
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3 Yes, for me He standeth pleading 5 Thus I wait for His returning, 

At the mercy-seat above ; Singing all the way to heaven ; 

Ever for me interceding, Such the joyful song of morning, 

Constant in untiring love. Such the tranquil song of even. 

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Saviour, I look to Thee, 
Let me Thy fulness see, 

Save me from fear; 
While at Thy cross I kneel, 
All my backslidings heal, 
And a free pardon seal, 

My soul to cheer. 



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Thine shall the glory be, 

Hearer of prayer: 
Thou art my only aid, 
On Thee my soul is stayed, 
Naught can my heart invade, 

While Thou art near. 

Thomas Hastings, 1833 



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His goodness stands approved, 
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Fear and distrust remove; 
bear me safe above, 
A ransomed soul! 

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And with the prayer's ascent, 
Jesus the branch hath rent, 
Quickly relief hath sent, 

Sweetening the draught. 
Saviour ! I long to walk 

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Led by Thy guiding hand. 

Ever to be 
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Freely for me ! 

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4 Here let my faith unshaken dwell, 
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Jesus, to Thee I lift mine eyes, 

To Thee I breathe my soul's desires. 

2 Art Thou not mine, my living Lord ? Not all the powers of earth, or hell, 
And can my hope, my comfort die, Can e'er dissolve the sacred bands. 

Fixed on Thy everlasting word, [sky ? 5 Here, my soul, thy trust repose; 
That word which built the earth and s mce Jesus is forever mine, 

3 If my immortal Saviour lives, Not death itself, that last of foes, 
Then my immortal life is sure ; Shall break a union so divine. 

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E'en while we pray, upon our God, 

Then rise with lightened cheer; 
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To still the famished raven's cry, 

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4 We cannot trust Him as we should ; 
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To cast its peace awa}^ ; 
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6 Stripped of each earthly friend, 
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And peace and joy which never end, 
And heaven, in Christ, begun. 
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Thou art my only trust ; 

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Though prostrate in the dust. 



5 Hast Thou not bid me seek Thy face? 
And shall I seek in vain? 

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Be deaf when I complain ? 

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Attends the mourner's prayer : 

! may I ever find access, 
To breathe my sorrows there. 

7 Thy mercy-seat is open still, 
Here let my soul retreat ; 

With humble hope attend Thy will, 
And wait beneath Thy feet. 

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We every moment come. The midnight of the soul. 

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]Sor present things, nor things to come Who waits for Thy salvation, Lord, 
Shall quench the love divine. Shall Thy salvation see. 

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Oft by sin I'm captive led ; 
Oft I fall, but still arise — 
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Blessed Jesus ! bid me show 
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Rev. John Newton, 1779 



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" I delivered thee when bound, 
And, when wounded, healed thy wound, 
Sought thee wandering, set thee right, 
Turned thy darkness into light. 

" Can a woman's tender care 
Cease towards the child she bare? 
Yes, she may forgetful be ; 
Yet will I remember thee. 

" Mine is an unchanging love, 
Higher than the heights above, 



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Deeper than the depths beneath, 
Free and faithful, strong as death. 

" Thou shalt see My glory soon, 
When the work of grace is done ; 
Partner of My throne shall be : 
Say, poor sinner, lov'st thou Me '.' ' 

Lord, it is my chief complaint, 
That my love is weak and faint ; 
Yet I love Thee and adore ; 
0, for grace to love Thee more ! 
William Cowper, 1768 



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My Lord, my life, my way, my end. 
Accept the praise I bring. 

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But when I see Thee as Thou art, 
I'll praise Thee as I ought. 

Till then I would Thy love proclaim 
With every Meeting breath; 

And may the music of Thy name 
Refresh my soul in death. 

Rev. John Newton. 1779 



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Jesus is a friend in need. 

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Teach us, Lord, at length to love : 

We, alas ! forget too often 

What a Friend we have above : 
But when home our souls are brought, 
We will love Thee as we ought. 

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3 All my capacious powers can wish, 
In Thee doth richly meet ; 

Nor to mine eyes is light so dear, 
Nor friendship half so sweet. 



4 Thy grace still dwells upon my heart, 
And sheds its fragrance there, — 

The noblest balm of all its wounds, 
The cordial of its care. 

6 I'll speak the honors of Thy name 
AVith my last laboring breath ; 

Then, speechless, clasp Thee in mine arms, 
The antidote of death. 

262 Rev. rhilip Doddridge, 1717 



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Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 



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Then let me nothing love ; 
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"Which Thou dost not approve. 

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And the Lover of sinners adore, [peat, As if filled with the fulness of God. [blest, 

4 Then all the day long was my Jesus my song 
And redemption through faith in His name 
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And their song and their joy be the same. 

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VIENNA 7. 7. 7, 7 
Boundless glory, Lord, be Thine ; 
Thou hast made the darkness shine ; 
Thou hast sent a cheering ray ; 
Thou hast turned our night to day. 

Darkness long involved us round, 
Till we knew the joyful sound ; 
Then our darkness fled away, 
Chased by truth's effulgent ray. 



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Stop and taste redeeming love. 

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AYelcome to His sacred rest ; 
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When we to His glory come, 
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Of our Lord's redeeming love. 
Anon., in Appendix to Madan's Collection. 17C.; 



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And let me live to Thee. And crown my journey's end. 

Anne Steele, 1760 



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3 Peace, perfect peace, with sorrows surging round: 
On Jesus' bosom nought but calm is found. 

4 Peace, perfect peace, with loved ones far away : 
In Jesus' keeping we are safe, and they. 

5 Peace, perfect peace, our future all unknown : 
Jesus we know, and He is on the throne. 

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6 Peace, perfect peace, death shadowing us and ours : 
Jesus has vanquished death and all its powers. 

7 It is enough ; earth's struggles soon shall cease, 
And Jesus call us to Heaven's perfect peace. 

Kev. Edward H. Bickersteth, 1875 



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394 



LAMBETH CM. 



Whate'er the outward be, 
Till all life's discipline shall cease, 
And we go home to Thee. 

Anon., in " Church Melodies," 1858 

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Calm in my poverty or wealth, 

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Calm 'mid the threatening, taunting 

Who hate Thy holy name. 
6 Calm me, my God, and keep me calm, 

Soft resting on Thy breast ; 
Soothe me with holy hymn and psalm, 

And bid my spirit rest. 
62 Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1857 



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Am I with dread of justice tried, In death, peace gently vails the eyes, - 

'Tis sweet to know that Christ hath died. Christ rose, and I shall surely rise. 

James Edmeston, 1844 



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3 The clouds may go and come, 
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4 I change — He changes not ; 
The Christ can never die ; 

His love, not mine, the resting-place ; 
His truth, not mine, the tie. 

5 My love is oftimes low, 
My joy still ebbs and flows ; 

This blood-sealed friendship changes But peace with Him remains the same, 
The cross is ever nigh. No change Jehovah knows. 

263 Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1864 



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Gift unworthy love like Thine. 



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Once the world's Redeemer, dying, 

Bore our sins upon the tree; 
On that sacrifice reiving, 

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Father, take me ; all forgiving, 

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Like one forgotten, mourn, 

Forlorn, forsaken, and exposed 
To my oppressors scorn ? 

3 Why restless, why cast clown, my soul? 5 Why restless, why cast down, my soul? 

Trust God, and He'll employ Hope still ; and Thou shalt sing 

His aid for thee, and. change these sighs The praise of Him who is Thy God, 

To thankful hymns of joy. Thy health's eternal spring. 

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My great Kedeemer's throne, And full of love divine, 

Where only Christ is heard to speak, Holy, and right, and pure, and good, 
Where Jesus reigns alone ; A copy, Lord, of Thine. 

3 A humble, lowly, contrite heart, 5 Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart ; 

Believing, true, and clean, Come quickly from above : 

Which neither life nor death can part Write Thy new name upon my heart, 



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3 Blest Jesus, come, and rule my heart, And when my frame dissolves in death, 
And make me wholly Thine. My soul shall love Thee more. 

2G9 Benjamin Cleaveland, 1799 



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Christ, we draw to Thee, 
Deep in adoration 

Bending low the knee ; 
Thon for our redemption 

Cam'st on earth to die ; 
Thou, that we might follow, 

Hast gone up on high. 

3 Great, and ever greater 

Are Thy mercies here, 
True and everlasting 

Are the glories there ; 
Where no pain nor sorrow, 

Toil nor care is known, 
Where the angel legions 

Circle round Thy throne. 

4 Brighter still, and brighter, 

Glows the western sun, 
Shedding all its gladness 
O'er our work that's done ; 



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Time will soon be over, 
Toil and sorrow past, 

May we, blessed Saviour, 
Find a rest at last ! 

Onward, ever onward, 

Journeying o'er the road 
Worn by saints before us, 

Journeying on to God ! 
Leaving all behind us, 

May we hasten on, 
Backward never looking 

Till the prize is won. 

Higher, then, and higher, 

Bear the ransomed soul, 
Earthly toils forgetting, 

Saviour, to its goal ; 
Where in joys un thought of 

Saints with angels sing, 
Never weary, raising 

Praises to their King. 

Rev. Godfrey Taring, 1862 



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In the hours of pain, 
Surer yet and surer 

Peace at last to gain ; 
Suffering still and doing, 

To His will resigned, 
And to God subduing 

Heart and will and mind. 

3 Higher yet and higher 

Out of clouds and night, 
Nearer yet and nearer 
Rising to the light, — 

407 6.5. 6.5.D. 

1 0, let him whose sorrow 

No relief can find, 
Trust in God and borrow 

Ease for heart and mind : 
Where the mourner weeping 

Sheds the secret tear, 
God His watch is keeping, 

Though none else is near. 

2 God will never leave us, 

All our wants He knows, 

Feels the pains that grieve us, 

Sees our cares and woes : 



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Light serene and holy, 

Where my soul may rest, 
Purified and lowly, 

Sanctified and blest. 
Swifter yet and swifter 

Ever onward run, 
Firmer yet and firmer 

Step as I go on. 
Oft these earnest longings 

Swell within my breast ; 
Yet their inner meaning 

Ne'er can be expressed. 

J. W. von Goethe, 1858 

When in grief we languish, 

He will dry the tear, 
Who His children's anguish 

Soothes with succor near. 
All our woe and sadness 

In this world below, 
Balance not the goodness 

We in heaven shall know, 
When our gracious Saviour, 

In the realms above 
Crowns us with His favor, 

Fills us with His love. 

H. Oswald, 1793; Tr. F. E.Cox, 18-U 



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The sun gone down, 
Darkness be over me, 

My rest a stone ; 
Yet in my dreams I'd be 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee ! 

3 There let the way appear 

Steps unto heaven ; 
All that Thou sendest me 

In mercy giveD ; 
Angels to beckon me 
Nearer, my Grod, fco Thee, 

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Bright with Thy praise, 

Out of ni}^ stony griefs, 
Bethel I'll raise; 

So by my woes to be 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer to Thee ! 

Or if on joyful wing, 

Cleaving the sky, 
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Upward I fly, 
Still all my song shall be, 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee ! 

Sarah V Adams, 1841 



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40/ HEINLEIN 7.7.7.7 Nflraberger Gebetbuch, 1677 

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Gracious Spirit, make me clean; 
Father, Son, and Spirit, save. 

3 Father, let me taste Thy love; 

Saviour, fill my soul with peace ; 



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Father, Son, and Spirit, bless. 

4 Father, Son, and Spirit, Thou 
One Jehovah, shed abroad 
All Thy grace within me now; 
Be my Father and my God. 

Kev. Horatius Bonar. 184:? 



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3 Sabbath rest by Galilee ! 

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Where Jesus knelt to share with thee 
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Till all our strivings cease ; 
Take from our souls the strain and stress, 
And let our ordered lives confess 

The beauty of thy peace. 

5 Breathe through the heats of our 
Thy coolness and thy balm ; [desire 
Let sense be dumb, let flesh retire : 
Speak thro' the earthquake, wind, and fire, 
O still small voice of calm ! 

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My God will pity my complaints, 

And heal my broken bones ; 
He takes the meaning of His saints, 

The language of their groans. 



Arise, my soul, from deep distress, 

And banish every fear ; 
He calls thee to His throne of grace, 

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More trust in the Lord ; 
More pride in His glory, 

More hope in His word ; 
More tears for His sorrows, 

More pain at His grief ; 
More meekness in trial, 

More praise for relief. 



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3 More purity give me, 

More strength to o'ercome ; 
More freedom from earth-stains. 

More longings for home ; 
More fit for the kingdom, 
More used would I be ; 
More blessed and holy. 
More, Saviour, like Thee. 

Philip P. Bliss, 1S75 



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STEPHENS CM. 



Rev. William Jones, 17£ 




2 How should our songs, like those 
With warm devotion rise ! [above, 

How should our souls, on wings of love, 
Mount upward to the skies ! 

3 Come, Lord, Thy love alone can raise 
In us the heav'nly flame ; 

Then shall our lips resound Thy praise, 
Our hearts adore Thy name. 



ALEXANDRIA CM. 



4 Dear Saviour, let Thy glory shine, 
And fill Thy dwellings here, 

Till life, and love, and joy divine 
A heav'n on earth appear. 

5 Then shall our hearts enraptured say, 
Come, great Redeemer, come ! 

And bring the bright, the glorious day, 
That calls Thy children home. 

Anne Steele, ab. 1700 

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AYhere is the soul-refreshing. view 

Of Jesus and His word ? 



4 Return, O holy Dove, return, 
Sweet messenger of rest ; 
1 hate the sins that made Thee mourn, 
And drove Thee from my breast. 



3 What peaceful hours I once enjoyed ! 5 The dearest idol I have known, 



How sweet their memory still ! 
But they have left an aching void 
The world can never fill. 



Whate'er that idol be, 
Help me to tear it from Thy throne, 
And worship only Thee. 
;76 William Cowper, 1772 



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May Thy will, not mine, be done, 
May Thy will and mine be one ; 



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Chase these doubtings from my heart, 
Now Thy perfect peace impart. 
Saviour, at Thy feet I fall, 
Thou nry life, my God, my all ! 
Let Thy happy servant be 
One for evermore with Thee. 

Mary S. B. Shindler, 1858 
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Here the dark veils of flesh and sense 

My captive soul surround ; 
Mysterious deeps of Providence 

My wondering thoughts confound. 
As through a glass, I dimly see 

The wonders of Thy love : 
How little do I know of Thee, 

Or of the joys above ! 



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'Tis but in part, I know Thy will ; 

I bless Thee for the sight : 
When will Thy love the rest reveal. 

In glory's clearer light ? 
With rapture shall I then survey 

Thy providence and grace ; 
And spend an everlasting day 

In wonder, love, and praise. 

Rev. John Fawcett, 17S2 



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No sudden rending of the veil of clay, 
No angel visitant, no opening skies ; 
But take the dimness of my soul away. 

3 Hast Thou not bid us love Thee, God and King ? 

All, all Thine own, soul, heart, and strength, and mind ; 
I see Thy cross — there teach my heart to cling : 
0, let me seek Thee, and 0, let me find. 

4 Teach me to feel that Thou art always nigh ; 

Teach me the struggles of the soul to bear, 
To check the rising doubt, the rebel sigh ; 

Te tch me the patience of unanswered prayer. 

5 Teach me to love Thee as Thine angels love, — 

One holy passion filling all my frame; 
The baptism of the Heaven-descended Dove, 
My heart an altar, and Thy love the flame. 

Rev. George Croly, 1854 

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To wipe the weeping eyes ; 
A heart at leisure from itself 

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3 I would not have the restless will 

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There are no bonds for me ; 
My inmost heart is taught the truth 

That makes Thy children free; 
A life of self -renouncing love 
Is one of liberty. 

Anna L. Waring, 1850, alt. 
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God of our fathers, be the God And at our Fathers loved abode 

Of their succeeding race. Our souls arrive in peace. 

3 Through each perplexing path of life 5 Such blessings from Thy gracious hand 

Our wandering footsteps guide ; Our humble prayers implore : 

Give us each day our daily bread, And Thou shalt be our chosen God, 

And raiment fit provide. And portion evermore. 

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And join with the triumphant saints 
That sing Jehovah's praise. 
3 Come, Lord, when grace has made me 5 My knowledge of that life is small, 
Thy blessed face to see : [meet The eye of faith is dim ; 

For if Thy work on earth be sweet But 'tis enough that Christ knows all, 

What will Thy glory be ? And I shall be with Him. 

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2 Trials must and will befall ; 
But with humble faith to see 

Love inscribed upon them all, 
This is happiness to me. 

3 God, in Israel, sows the seeds 
Of affliction, pain, and toil ; 

These spring up and choke the weeds 
Which Avould else o'erspread the soil. 

4 Trials make the promise sweet, 
Trials give new life to prayer ; 



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Trials bring me to His feet, 

Lay me low, and keep me there. 

5 Did I meet no trials here, 
No chastisement by the way ; 

Might I not, with reason, fear 
I should prove a cast-away ? 

6 Aliens may escape the rod, 
Sunk in earthly, vain delight; 

But the true-born child of God, 
Must not, would not, if he might. 
William Cowper, 1774 

Henry J. Gauntlett, 1868 



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3 Days of trial, days of grief, 
In succession thou may'st see ; 



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"As thy days, thy strength shall be." 
4 Rock of Ages ! I'm secure, 

With Thy promise, full and free, 
Faithful, in Thy covenant sure, 

"As thy days, thy strength shall be." 
282 Wm. Freeman Lloyd, 1835 



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In the darkness crucified, 
Bid me in Thy love confide ; 
Saviour, comfort me ! 



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'Tis my heavenly Father's frown ; 
I deserve it all, I own : 
Saviour, comfort me ! 

So it shall be good for me 

Much afflicted now to be, 

If Thou wilt but tenderly, 

Saviour, comfort me ! 

George Ra\vson,1853 

John E. Gould, 1849 



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2 He in the thickest darkness dwells, 
Performs His work, the cause conceals ; 
And though His footsteps are unknown, 
Judgment and truth support His throne. 

3 In heaven and earth, in air and seas, 
He executes His wise decrees : 



And by His saints it stands confessed, 
That what He does is ever best. 

4 Then, my soul, submissive wait, 
With reverence bow before His seat : 
And midst the terrors of His rod, 
Trust in a wise and gracious God. 
i Rev. Benjamin Beddome, ISIS 



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Each blessing to my soul more dear 
Because conferred by Thee. 

4 In every joy that crowns my days, 
In every pain I bear, 

My heart shall find delight in praise, 
Or seek relief in prayer. 



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EASTON L.M. 

1 0, deem not they are blest alone, 
Whose lives a peaceful tenor keep ; 

For God, who pities man, has shown 
A blessing for the eyes that weep. 

2 The light of smiles shall fill again 
The lids that overflow with tears ; 

And weary hours of woe and pain 
Are promises of happier years. 

3 There is a day of sunny rest 

For every dark and troubled night ; 



5 When gladness wings my favored hour, 
Thy love my thoughts shall fill ; 

Resigned, when storms of sorrow lower, 
My soul shall meet Thy will. 

6 My lifted eye, without a tear, 
The lowering storm shall see ; 

My steadfast heart shall know no fear; 
That heart will rest on Thee. 

Helen M. Williams, 1786 



And grief may bide an evening guest, 
I »ut joy shall come with early light. 

4 Nor let the good man's trust depart, 
Though life its common gifts deny ; 

Though with a pierced and broken heart, 
And spurned of men, he goes to die. 

5 For God has marked each sorrowing 
And numbered every secret tear, [day, 

And heaven's long age of bliss shall pay 

For all His children suffer here. 
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Forth from the throne of God, boundless in love ; 
Come to the feast prepared, come, ever knowing 
Earth has no sorrows but heaven can remove. 

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3 Choose Thou for me my friends. 
My sickness, or my health ; 
Choose Thou my cares for me, 

My poverty or wealth. 
Xot mine, not mine the choice. 
In things or great, or small ; 
Be Thou my guide, my strength, 
My wisdom, and my all. 
287 Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1S57 



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3 What though the world deceitful prove, 
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5 Though faith and hope may long be 
I ask not, need not, aught beside ; [tried, 
How safe, how calm, how satisfied, 

The soul that clings to Thee ! 

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Supports me under every load. 
5 Poor though 1 am, despised, forgot, 
Yet God, my God, forgets me not; 
And lie is sale, and must succeed, 
For whom the Lord vouchsafes to plead. 
3 William Cowpcr, 1779 



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5 My times are in Thy hand, 

I'll always trust in Thee ; 
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I shall forever be. 

William F. Lloyd, 1S3S 



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" Thy will be done ! " 

3 What though in lonely grief I sigh 
For friends beloved, no longer nigh, 
Submissive still would I reply, 

" Thy will be done ! " 

4 If Thou shouldst call me to resign 
What most I prize, it ne'er was mine ; 
I only yield Thee what was Thine : 

" Thy will be done ! " 

TROYTE, No. J (Chant) 



With Thy sweet Spirit for its guest, 
My God, to Thee I leave the rest, — 
"Thy will be done!" 

6 Renew my w r ill from day to day, 
Blend it with Thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 

" Thy will be done ! " 

7 Then, when on earth I breathe no more 
The prayer oft mixed with tears before, 
I'll sing upon a happier shore, 

" Thy will be done ! " 

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No, when I blush, be this my shame, 
That I no more revere His name. 
Ashamed of Jesus ! yes, I may, 
When I've no guilt to wash away, 
No tear to wipe, no good to crave, 
No fears to quell, no soul to save. 
Till then, nor is my boasting vain, 
Till then I boast a Saviour slain ; 
And 0, may this my glory be, 
That Christ is not ashamed of me. 

Kev. Joseph Grigg, 17G5 
Sir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1874 

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2 I glory in infirmity, 3 I can do all things — or can bear 

That Christ's own power may rest on me; All sufferings, if my Lord be there ; 
When I am weak, then am I strong; Sweet pleasures mingle with the pains, 

Grace is my shield, and Christ my song. While His own hand my head sustains. 

291 Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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And glory in Thy cross. 

3 Inspire my soul with life divine, 

And holy courage bold ; 
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Nor love nor zeal grow cold, [shine, 

4 Say to my soul, " Why dost thou fear 

The face of feeble clay? 



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6 Let sinful man reproach, defame, 
And call me what they will, 

If I may glorify Thy name, 
And be Thy servant still. 

James Maxwell, 1806 

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2 Xow to you my spirit turns, 

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Where you die shall be my grave 

4 Mine the God whom you adore, 

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Every idol I resign. 
Tell me not of gain or loss, 

Ease, enjoyment, pomp, and power 
Welcome poverty and cross, 

Shame, reproach, affliction's hour 
" Follow me ; " I know Thy voice ; 

Jesus, Lord, Thy stops 1 
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Light Thy burden now to me. 

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4 Green as the leaf, and ever fair 
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443 



WARE L.M. 



While fruits of holiness appear 
Like clusters on the vine. 

5 Xot so the impious and unjust ; 
What vain designs they form ! 

Their hopes are blown away like dust 
Or chaff before the storm. 

6 Sinners in judgment shall not stand 
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My solemn, my determined choice, 



To yield to His supreme control, 
And in His kind commands rejoice. 

4 may I never faint nor tire, 

Nor wandering leave His sacred ways : 

Great God, accept my soul's desire, 
And give me strength to live Thy praise. 
294 Anne Steele, 1760; Verse 1, 1. 1, alt. 



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4 Be earth, with all her scenes, withdrawn, 
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My heaven, and there my God, I find. 
95 Rev. Isaao Watts, 1709 



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O, 'tis not in grief to harm me, 

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Child of heaven, shouldst thou repine? 

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3 The fearful soul that tires and faints, Which hypocrites could ne'er attain, 
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« Lord, why was I a guest ? " Constrain the earth to come ; 

3 " Why was I made to hear Thy voice, Send Thy victorious word abroad, 

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That sweetly forced us in ; [feast 



And bring the strangers home. 

6 We long to see Thy churches full, 
That all the chosen race 
May, with one voice, and heart, and 
Sing Thy redeeming grace. [soul, 
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3 Wash me, and make me thus Thine 
Wash me, and mine Thou art; [own; 
Wash me, but not my feet alone — 
My hands, my head, my heart. 

208 Kev. Charles Wesley, 1749 



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Thou savest those that on Thee call ; Where'er our changeful lot is cast, 

To them that seek Thee Thou art good, Glad when Thy gracious smile we see, 
To them that find Thee all in all. Blest when our faith can hold Thee fast. 

3 We taste Thee, Thou living Bread ! o Jesus ! ever with us stay. 

And long to feast upon Thee still : Make all our moments calm and bright; 

We drink of Thee, the Fountain Head. Chase the dark night of sin away. 
And thirst our souls from Thee to fill. Shed o'er the world Thy holy light. 

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As where I meet with Thee. 

3 Like some bright dream that comes 
AVhen slumbers o'er me roll, [unsought. 

Thine image ever fills my thought. 
And charms my ravished soul. 



4 Yet though I have not seen, and still 

Must rest in faith alone ; 
I love Thee, dearest Lord, and will. 

Unseen, but not unknown. 
."> When death these mortal eyes shall 

And still this throbbing heart, [seal, 
The rending veil shall Thee reveal, 

All glorious as Thou art. 
299 Rev. Ray Palmer, 1S5S 



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O! let them ne'er prevail. 

3 Thy Spirit shall unite 

Our souls to Thee our Head ; 

Shall form us to Thy image bright, 
That we Thy paths may tread. 



453 



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Through all the gloom}* way. 

5 Since Christ and we are one, 
Why should we doubt or fear ? 

Since He in heaven has fixed His throne, 
He'll fix His members there. 

Eev. Philip Doddridge, 1755, alt. 

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Which here we come to prove; 

Thy name is life, and health, and peace, 
And everlasl ing love. 

3 Present we know Thou art, 
But, oh ! Thyself reveal ; 



Now, Lord, let every bounding heart 
The mighty comfort feel. 

4 ! may Thy quickening voice 

The death of sin remove ; 
And bid our inmost souls rejoice, 
In hope of perfect love. 
300 Rev. Charles Wesley, 1749 



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While Thy glorious praise is sung, 
Touch my lips, unloose my tongue, 
That my joyful soul may bless 
Thee, the Lord my Righteousness. 
While the prayers of saints ascend, 
God of love, to mine attend ; 
Hear me, for Thy Spirit pleads ; 
Hear, for Jesus intercedes. 



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455 



MOSELEY 



While Thy ministers proclaim 
Peace and pardon in Thy name, 
Through their voice, by faith, may I 
Hear Thee speaking from the sky. 
From Thy house when I return, 
May my heart within me burn, 
And at evening let me say, — 
I have walked with God to-day. 

James Montgomery, 1812 

Henry Smart, 1881 




Thou bruised and broken bread, 

My life-long wants supply; 
As living souls are fed, 

0, feed me, or I die ! 
Thou true life-giving vine, 

Let me Thy sweetness prove ; 
Renew my life with Thine, 

Refresh my soul with love. 



301 



Rough paths my feet have trod, 

Since first their course began ; 
Feed me, Thou bread of God ; 

Help me, Thou Son of Man. 
For still the desert lies 

My thirsting soul before ; 
O living waters, rise 

Within me evermore ! 

Rev. John S. B. Monsell, 1873 



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Jesus, my Lord ! 

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Thou wilt my refuge be, 

Jesus, my Lord ! 
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What earthly grief or care, 
Since Thou art ever near ? 

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I shall be happy then, 

Jesus, my Lord ! 
Then Thine own face I'll see, 
Then T shall like Thee be, 
Then evermore with Thee, 

Jesus, my Lord ! 



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Hear our deep, imploring cry. 

3 By Thine hour of dark despair, 
By Thine agony of prayer, 

By the purple robe of scorn, 
By Thy wounds, Thy crown of thorn, 
By Thy cross, Thy pangs, and cries, 
By Thy perfect sacrifice, — 
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Hear our sad, beseeching cry. 

4 By Thy deep expiring groan, 
By the sealed sepulchral stone, 
By Thy triumph o'er the grave, 

By Thy power from death to save, — 
Mighty God, ascended Lord, 
To Thy throne in heaven restored, — 
Saviour, Prince exalted high, 
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Where friend holds fellowship with greet, 

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Around one common mercy-seat. My tongue be gilentj ^ and stm> 

4 Ah ! whither could we flee for aid, This bounding heart forget to beat, 
When tempted, desolate, dismayed ? If I forget Thy mercy-seat. 

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Gives exercise to faith and love, And fill your fellow-creature's ear 
Brings every blessing from above. With the sad tale of all your care. 

3 Eestraining prayer, we cease to fight; 5 Were half the breath thus vainly spent 
Prayer makes the Christian's armor To heaven in supplication sent, 

And Satan trembles when he sees [bright; Your cheerful song would oftener be, 
The weakest saint upon his knees. "Hear what the Lord has done for me." 

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Erect Thy throne within my heart, 4 Grant these requests — I ask no more, 

And reign without a rival there. But to Thy care the rest resign : 

3 Give me to read my pardon sealed, Sick, or in health, or rich, or poor, 
And 'from Thy joy to draw my strength: All shall be well, if Thou art mine. 

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Thou callest burdemed souls to Thee, I may my tierce accuser face, 

And such, Lord, am I. And tell him, Thou hast died ! 

3 Bowed down beneath a load of sin, 5 0, wondrous love ! to bleed and die, 

By Satan sorely pressed, To bear the cross and shame, 

By war without, and fears Avithin, That guilty sinners, such as I, 

I come to Thee for rest. Might plead Thy gracious name. 

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Then let a kindling glance from Thee 
Beam hope upon the heart. 
3 When our responsive tongues essay 
Their grateful hymns to raise, 
G-ranl that our souls may join the lay 
And mount to Thee in praise. 



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When we disclose our wants in prayer, 

May we our wills resign; 
And not a thought our bosom share 

That is not wholly Thine. 
Let faith each meek petition fill 

And waft it to the skies, 
Ami teach our hearts 'tis goodness still 

That grants it or denies. 

Rev. Joseph D. Carlyle, 1802 



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When none but God is near. 



While angels in their songs rejoice, 
And cry " Behold, he prays ! " 
5 Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 
The Christian's native air ; 

3 Prayer is the simplest form of speech His watchword at the gates of death : 

That infant lips can try; He enters Heaven with prayer. 

Prayerthesublimeststrainsthat reach q o Thou, by whom we come to God, 
The Majesty on High. The life, the truth, the way ! 

4 Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, The path of prayer Thyself hast trod ; 

Returning from his ways ; Lord, teach us how to pray. 

James Montgomery, 1818; Verse 1, 1. 2, alt. 

464 



RHODES 



C. Warwick Jordan, 1875 




He bows His gracious ear, 
We never plead in vain ; 

Yet we must wait till He appear, 
And pray, aud pray again. 

Though unbelief suggest, 

Why should we longer wait ? 



307 



He bids us never give Him rest, 

But be importunate. 
Jesus, the Lord, will hear 

His chosen when they cry, 
Yes, though He may a while forbear, 

He'll help them from on high. 
Rev. John Newton, 1779 



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And blest that solemn hour of eve, My spirit seems in heaven to stay. 

When, on the wings of prayer upborne, And e'en the penitential tear 
The world I leave. Is wiped away. 

3 No words can tell what sweet relief 5 Lord, till I reach yon blissful shore, 
There for my every want I find, No privilege so dear shall be 

What strength for warfare, balm for As thus my inmost soul to pour 
What peace of mind. [grief, In prayer to Thee. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1834 

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What else ran I [e withhold ? 

Thine image, Lord, bestow, 
Thy presence and Thy love ; 



308 



I ask to serve Thee here below, 
And reign with Thee above. 

Teach me to live by faith; 
Conform my will to Thine ; 

Let me victorious be in death, 
And then in glory shine. 

Rev. John Newton, 1779 



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2 Thou art coming to a King, 
Large petitions with thee bring ; 
For His grace and power are such, 
jSTone can ever ask too much. 

3 With my burden I begin : 
Lord, remove this load of sin ; 
Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt, 
Set my conscience free from guilt. 

4 Lord, I come to»Thee for rest, 
Take possession of my breast, 



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(Or to Hnidon, Xo. 17) ' 

There Thy blood-bought right main- 
And without a rival reign. [tain 

5 While I am a pilgrim here, 
Let Thy love my spirit cheer ; 
As my guide, my guard, my friend, 
Lead me to my journey's end. 

6 Show me what I have to do, 
Every hour my strength renew ; 
Let me live a life of faith, 
Let me die Thy people's death. 

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4 Then, my soul, in every strait, 
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Is there trouble anywhere ? 
We should never be discouraged, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can we find a friend so faithful, 

Who will all our sorrows share ? 
Jesus knows our ev'ry weakness, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer ! 

3 Are we weak and heavy laden, 

Cumbered with a load of care ? — 
Precious Saviour, still our refuge, — 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Do thy friends despise, forsake thee ? 

Take it to the Lord in prayer ; 
In His arms He'll take and shield thee, 

Thou wilt find a solace there. 



310 



Rev. Joseph Scriven, 1855 



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The battle ne'er give o'er ; 
Renew it boldly every day, 

And help divine implore. 

Ne'er think the victory won, 
Nor lay thine armor down : 



47 J POTSDAM S.M. 



Thy arduous work will not be done 
Till thou obtain thy crown. 

Fight on, my soul, till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God : 

He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 
Up to His blest abode. 

Rev. George Heath, 1781 
John Sebastian Bach 




2 Let all your lamps be bright, 

And trim the golden flame ; 
Gird up your loins, as in His sight, 
For awful is His Name. 

3 Watch : 'tis your Lord's command, 

And while we speak, He's near ; 
Mark the first signal of His hand, 
And ready all appear. 



311 



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happy servant he 

In such a posture found ! 
He shall his Lord with rapture see, 
. And be with honor crowned. 

Christ shall the banquet spread 
\Yith His own royal hand, 

And raise that favorite servant's head 
Amidst the angelic band. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge, pub. 175") 



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3 Arm me with jealous care, 

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And 0, Thy servant, Lord, prepare 
A strict account to give ! 

4 Help me to watch and pray, 
And on Thyself rely, 
Assured, if I my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, I7fi2 



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I sink amid my fears. 

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My feeble efforts aid; 
Help me to watch, and pray, and 

Nor let me be dismayed, [strive, 



312 



Do Thou increase my faith and hope, 
When fears and foes prevail ; 

And bear my fainting spirit up, 
Or soon my strength will fail. 

0, keep me to Thy heavenly way, 
And bid the tempter flee ; 

And never, never let me stray 
From happiness and Thee. 

Anne Steele, 1760 



474 



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CRETE 6. 5.6. 5. D. 



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How they work within, 
Striving, tempting, luring, 

Goading into sin ? 
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Never be downcast ; 
Gird thee for the battle. 

Watch, and pray, and fast. 

3 Christian, dost thou hear them, 

How they speak thee fair? 
"Always fast and vigil ? 

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•• While I breathe I pray: " 

Peace shall follow battle, 
Night shall end in day. 

" Well I know thy trouble, 

My servant true ; 
Thou art very weary, 

1 was weary too ; 

But that toil shall make thee 
Some day all Mine own, 

And the end of sorrow 

Shall be near My throne.'' 

Andrew of Crete. 700; Tr. J. M. Neale, 1868 



475 



Conflict 



MARLOW CM. 



An\ from -J. Chetham, 1718 




Must I be carried to the skies 

On flowery beds of ease, 
While others fought to win the prize, 

And sailed through bloody seas ? 

3 Are there no foes for me to face ? 

Must I not stem the flood ? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace, 
To help me on to God ? 

4 Sure I must fight if I would reign : 

Increase my courage, Lord ; 

476 



I'll bear the toil, endure the pain, 

Supported by Thy word. 
Thy saints, in all this glorious war, 

Shall conquer, though they die ; 
They see the triumph from afar, 

With faith's discerning eye. 
When that illustrious day shall rise, 

And all Thine armies shine 
In robes of victory through the skies, 

The glory shall be Thine. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1724 




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'1 Sure there was ne'er a heart so base, 
So false as mine has been ; 
So faithless to its promises, 
So prone to every sin. 

3 i low long, dear Saviour, shall I feel 
These struggles in my breast ? 



314 



When wilt Thou bow my stubborn will 
And give my conscience rest? 

Break, sovereign grace, break the 
And set the captive free ; [charm, 

Reveal, almighty God, Thine arm, 
And haste to rescue me. 

Rev. Samuel Stennett, 1787 



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The instinct that can tell 

That God is on the field, when he 
Is most invisible ! 

3 Blest too is he who can divine 
Where real right doth lie, 

And dares to take the side that seems 
Wrong to man's blindfold eye ! 



478 



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And learn to lose with God 1 

For Jesus won the w r orld through shame, 
And beckons thee His road. 

5 For right is right, since God is God ; 
And right the day must win ; 

To doubt would be disloyalty, 
To falter w ould be sin ! 

Rev. Frederick W. Faber, 1849 

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Wherein they fearless stood, 

When, in the power of cruel men, 
They poured their willing blood. 

3 God whom we serve, our God, can save, We shall o'ercoine the mightiest ill, 
Can damp the scorching flame, And conquerors prove at length. 

Moravian, tr. Count von Zinzendorf, 172 
315 Tr. Rev. John Wesley, 1809 



Can build an ark, can smooth the wave, 
For such as love His name. 

4 Lord ! if Thine arm support us still 
With its eternal strength, 



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But hell and sin are vanquished foes ; And glittering robes for conquerors 

Thy Jesus nailed them to the cross, 4 There shall I wear a starry crown, 
And sung the triumph when He rose. And triumph in almighty grace ; 

3 Then let my soul march boldly on, While all the armies of the skies 
Press forward to the heavenly gate ; Join in my glorious Leader's praise. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 1707 

480 WINCHESTER, NEw* L. M. 

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2 True, 'tis a strait and thorny road, 
And mortal spirits tire and faint ; 

But they forget the mighty God, 

Who feeds the strength of every saint. 

3 The mighty God, whose matchless 
Is ever new and ever young, [power 

And firm endures, while endless years 
Their everlasting circles run. 



4 From Thee, the overflowing spring, 
Our souls shall drink a fresh supply; 

While such as trust their native strength 
Shall melt away, and droop, and die. 

5 Swift as an eagle cuts the air, 
We'll mount aloft to Thine abode ; 

On wings of love our souls shall fl\ . 
Nor tire amidst the heavenly road! 

JIG Rev. Isaac Watts. L707 



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Who have never heard His name. 

3 Could my heart so hard remain, 

Prayer a task and burden prove, 
Every trifle give me pain, 
If I knew a Saviour's love ? 

4 W r hen I turn my eyes within, 

All is dark, and vain, and wild ; 
lilled with unbelief and sin, 
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5 Could I joy His saints to meet, 

Choose the ways I once abhorred, 
Find at times the promise sweet, 
If I did not love the Lord ? 

6 Lord, decide the doubtful case, 

Thou who art Thy people's Sun : 
Shine upon Thy work of grace, 
If it be indeed begun. 

7 Let me love Thee more and more, 

If I love at all, I pray ; 
If I have not loved before, 
Help me to begin to-day. 

Rev. John Newton, 1779, ab. 

J. Baptiste Calkin, 1872 




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! faint not, Christian, for thy sighs 
Are heard before His throne ; 

The race must come before the prize, 
The cross before the crown. 

Anon., in "The Psalmist," 1843 



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2 At the sign of trium])li 
Satan's host doth flee ; 
On, then, Christian soldiers, 

On to victory! 
Hell's foundations quiver 
At the shout of praise ; 
Brothers, lift your voices, 
Loud your anthems raise! 
Onward, etc. 



Like a mighty army 

Moves the Church of God ; 
Brothers, we are treading 

Where the saints have trod ; 
We are not divided, 

All one body we, 
One in hope and doctrine, 

One in charity. 
Onward, etc. 



318 



Conflict 



Crowns and thrones may perish, 

Kingdoms rise and wane, 
But the Church of Jesus 

Constant will remain ; 
Gates of hell can never 

'Gainst that Church prevail; 
We have Christ's own promise, 

And that cannot fail. 
Onward, etc. 



Onward, then, ye people ! 

Join our happy throng I 
Blend with ours your voices 

In the triumph song ! 
Glory, laud, and honor, 

Unto Christ the King ; 
This through countless ages 

Men and angels sing. 
( >n\vard, etc. 

Kev. Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865 



484 



NUREMBURG 7.7.7.7.7.7 



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Little thought of Satan's power ; 

Now I feel my sins anew; 
Now I feel the stormy hour ! 

Sin has put my joys to flight ; 

Sin has turned my day to night. 



.°> Saviour, shine and cheer my soul. 
Bid my dying hopes revive; 
Make my wounded spirit whole, 

Far away the tempter drive ; 
Speak the word and set me free, 
Let me live alone to Thee. 



319 



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At Thy sacred feet, 
Here with hearts rejoicing 

See Thy children meet : 
Often have we left Thee, 

Often gone astray; 
Keep us, mighty Saviour, 

In the narrow way. — Ref. 

3 All our days direct us 

In the way we go, 
Lead us on victorious 
Over every foe ; 



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Bid Thine angels shield us 
When the storm-clouds lower, 

Pardon, Lord, and save us 

In the last dread hour. — Ref. 

4 Then with saints and angels 
May we join above, 
Offering prayers and praises 

At Thy throne of love; 
When the toil is over, 

Then come rest and peace, 
Jesus in His beauty, 

Songs that never cease. — Ref. 
Rev. Tbomas J. rotter. 1860, ab. 



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Forth to the mighty conflict, 

In this His glorious day. 
Ye that are men, now serve Him 

Against unnumbered foes ; 
Let courage rise with danger, 

And strength to strength oppose. 

3 Stand up ! — stand up for Jesus ! 

Stand in His strength alone ; 
The arm of flesh will fail you, 
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Each piece put on with prayer ; 
Where duty calls, or danger. 

Be never wanting there. 

Stand up ! — stand up for Jesus ! 

The strife will not be long ; 
This day the noise of battle, 

The next, the victor's song. 
To him that overcometh, 

A crown of life shall be ; 
He with the King of Glory 

Shall reign eternally! 

Rev. George Oufrield. 1868 



487 



Conflict 



HANFORD 8,8.8.4 



Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874 




2 Look down on me, for I am weak ; 

I feel the toilsome journey's length ; 
Thine aid omnipotent T seek : 
Thou art my strength. 

3 I am bewildered on my way, 
Dark and tempestuous is the night; 

0, shed Thou forth some cheering ray! 
Thou art my light. 

4 I hear the storms around me rise ; 
But when I dread th' impending 

My spirit to the refuge flies : [shock, 
Thou art my rock. 



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5 When Satan flings his fiery darts, 
I look to Thee ; my terrors cease ; 

Thy cross a hiding-place imparts : 
Thou art my peace. 

6 Standing alone on Jordan's brink, 
In that tremendous, latest strife, 

Thou wilt not suffer me to sink : 
Thou art my life. 

7 Thou wilt my every want supply, 
E'en to the end, whate'er befall ; 

Through life, in death, eternally, 
Thou art my all. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1869 

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Great your strength, if great your need. 

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With all His strength endued; And stand entire at last, [alone, 

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Who follows in their train? [feel • 

4 A noble army, men and boys, 

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Around the throne of God rejoice, 

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And mocked the torch of flame j To follow in their train. 

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5 Blest Saviour, introduced by Thee, 
Have I my race begun ; 

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To thine uplifted eye : I'll lay my honors down. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 



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A look of love bid sin depart, | Work on, despair not, bring thy mite, 

And still unholy strife. Nor care how small it be; 

3 No act falls fruitless ; none can tell God is with all that serve the right, 

1 low vast its power may be, The holy, true, and free. 

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And where the sons of sorrow pine, 4 So shal] shaje the wealth 

Dispense your hallowed store. . That ^ may ne>er degpoU; 

3 Be faith, which looks above, And the blest gospel's saving health 

With prayer, your constant guest ; liepay your arduous toil. 

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Be wise the erring soul to win ; [pray ! Is near, — a kingdom and a crown ! 

328 Kev. Horatius Bonar, 1843 



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I may stretch out a loving hand 5 0, fill me with Thv fulness. Lord. 

To wrestlers with the troubled sea. Until my very heart o'erflow 

3 0, teach me, Lord, that I may teach In kindling thought and glowing word. 
The precious things Thou dost impart: Thy love to tell, Thy praise to show. 

And wing my words, that they may reach g 0, use me, Lord, use even me, 

The hidden depths of many a heart. Just as Thou wilt, and when, and where 

4 0, give Thine own sweet rest to me, Lentil Thy blessed face I see, 

That I may speak with soothing power Thy rest, Thy joy, Thy glory share. 

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See the rising grain appear : 

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For the harvest time is near. 

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With the judgment's dread alarms, 

You can lead the little children 
To the Saviour's waiting arms. 

Let none hear you idly saying, 

" There is nothing 1 can do," 
While the souls of men are dying, 

And the Master calls for you. 
Take the task He gives you gladly, 

Let His work your pleasure be; 
Answer quickly when He calleth — 

" Here am I, send me, send nie." 
Rev. Daniel March, 1868 



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Idly waste my golden day, 
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Upward, onward, press my way. 
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Mustering their unseen array, 
Wait for thy unguarded hours : 
Watch and pray. 

3 Gird thy heavenly armor on, 

Wear it ever, night and day ; 
Ambushed lies the evil one : 
Watch and pray. 

4 Hear the victors who o'ercame ; 

Still they mark each warrior's way 



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" Watch and pray." 
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Him thou lovest to obey ; 
Hide within thy heart his word : 
" Watch and pray." 
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Hung the issue of the day ; 
Pray, that help may be sent down : 
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3 Shout, ye little flock, and blest ; 
Ye on Jesus' throne shall rest ; 
There your seat is now prepared, 
There your kingdom and reward. 

4 Lift your eyes, ye sons of light, 
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There our Lord we soon shall see. 

5 Fear not, brethren ; joyful stand 
On the borders of your land ; 
Jesus Christ, your Father's Son, 
Bids you undismayed go on. 

6 Lord, obediently we go, 
Gladly leaving all below ; 
Only Thou our Leader be, 
And we still will follow Thee. 

Bey. John Oennick, 1742 

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He sustains thee by His hand, 
He enables thee to stand ; 
Those whom Jesus once hath loved, 
From His grace are never moved. 

Heaven and earth may pass away, 
God's free grace shall not decay ; 



He hath promised to fulfil 
All the pleasure of His will. 

Jesus! Guardian of Thy flock, 
Be Thyself our constant Rock; 
Make as, by Thy powerful hand, 
Strong as Zion's mountain, stand. 
Rev. Rowland Hill. 1783 



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Supports the fainting heart ; The path of life divine ; 

And courage in the evil hour With growing ardor onward move, 

His heavenly aids impart. With growing brightness shine. 

3 Mere human power shall fast decay, 5 On eagles' wings they mount, they soar, 

And youthful vigor cease ; Their wings are faith and love ; 

But they who wait upon the Lord Till, past the cloudy regions here, 

In strength shall still increase. They rise to heaven above. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707; Alt. Scottish Trans, and Paraphs.. 1745. 1781 

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Be Thou my Light, be Thou my Way ; Dauntless, untired, I follow Thee ; 
Xo foes, nor violence I fear. Oh ! let Thy hand support me still, 
Nor fraud, while Thou, my God, art near. And lead me to Thy holy hill. 

3 "When rising floods my soul overflow, 5 If rough and thorny be the way, 
When sinks my heart in waves of woe ; My strength proportion to my day ; 
Jesus, Thy timely aid impart. Till toil, and grief, and pain shall cease, 
And raise my head, and cheer my heart. Where all is calm, and joy. and peace. 

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With stars of twinkling light. 
His power declare, 
Ye floods on high, 
And clouds that fly 
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Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it, 
Prone to leave the God I love ; 
Here's my heart, 0, take and seal it, 
Seal it from Thy courts above. 
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Songs of praise arose when He 
Captive led captivity. 

3 Heaven and earth must pass away; 
Songs of praise shall crown that day : 
God will make new heavens, new earth; 
Songs of praise shall hail their birth. 

4 And can man alone be dumb, 
Till that glorious kingdom come ? 



No ; the church delights to raise 
Psalms, and hymns, and songs of praise. 

5 Saints below, with heart and voice, 
Still in songs of praise rejoice, 
Learning here, by faith and love, 
Songs of praise to sing above. 

6 Borne upon their latest breath, 
Songs of praise shall conquer death ; 
Then amidst eternal joy, 

Songs of praise their powers employ. 
James Montgomery, 1819 



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To our fathers in distress; 
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Slow to chide, and swift to bless : 

Alleluia ! Alleluia ! 
Glorious in His faithfulness. 

3 Father-like He tends and spare us ; 

Well our feeble frame He knows ; 
In His hands he gently bears us, 
Rescues us from all our foes. 



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1 Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator, 

Praise to Thee from every tongue 
Join, my soul, with every creature, 
Join the universal song. 

2 Father, Bource of all compassion, 

Pure, unbounded grace is Thine: 
Hail the God of our salvation! 
Praise Him for His love divine. 



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Alleluia ! Alleluia ! 
Widely yet His mercy flows. 



Angels in the height adore Him! 

Ye behold Him face to face ; 
Saints triumphant bow before Him ! 
Gathered in from every race. 

Alleluia! Alleluia! 
Praise with us the God of grace. 
Kev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834 



For ten thousand blessings given, 
For the hope of future joy, [heaven, 

Sound His praise through earth and 
Sound Jehovah's praise on high. 

Joyfully on earth adore Him, 

Till in heaven our song we raise; 

There, enraptured, fall before Him, 

Lost in wonder, love, and praise. 

Kev. John Fawcett, 1767 



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Never shall His promise fail : 
God hath made His saints victorious ; 

Sin and death shall not prevail. 
Praise the God of our salvation ; 

Hosts on high, His power proclaim; 
Heaven and earth and all creation, 

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Worship, honor, glory, blessing. 

Lord, we offer unto Thee ; 
Young and old. Thy praise expressing. 

In glad homage bend the knee. 
All the saints in heaven adore Thee ; 

We would bow before Thy throne : 
As Thine angels servo before Thee, 

So on earth Thy will be done. 
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Princes must die and turn to dust ; On Israel's God ; He made the sky, 

Vain is the help of flesh and blood ; And earth, and seas, with all their train, 

Their breath departs ; their pomp and His truth forever stands secure ; 

power He saves th' oppressed, He feeds the 

And thoughts all vanish in an hour ; poor, 

Nor can they make their promise good. And none shall find His promise vain. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1719 

5l7 WAREHAM (All Saints) L. M. 

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2 Loud hallelujahs to Thy name 
Angels and seraphim proclaim ; 
Eternal praise to Thee is given 

By all the powers and thrones in heaven. 

3 The apostles join the glorious throng, 
The prophets aid to swell the song, 
The noble and triumphant host 

Of martyrs make of Thee their boast. 



4 The holy church in every place 
Throughout the world exalts Thy praise ; 
Both heaven and earth do worship Thee, 
Thou Father of eternity! 

5 From day to day, Lord, do we 
Highly exalt and honor Thee; 
Thy name we worship and adore, 
World without end for evermore. 

340 Anon., 1865 



518 GENEVA CM. 



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2 Unnumbered comforts to my soul 

Thy tender care bestowed, 
Before my infant heart conceived 
From whom those comforts flowed. 

3 When worn with sickness, oft hast Thou 

With health renewed my face ; 
And, when in sins and sorrows sunk, 
Kevived my soul with grace. 

4 Ten thousand thousand precious gifts 

My daily thanks employ; 



Nor is the least a cheerful heart 

That tastes those gifts with joy. 
Through every period of my life 

Thy goodness 1*11 pursue ; 
And after death, in distant worlds, 

The glorious theme renew. 
Through all eternity to Thee 

A joyful song I'll raise ; 
For 0, eternity's too short 

To utter all Thy praise. 

Joseph Addison, 1712 

Alexander K. Reinagle, 1826 




Among the saints that fill Thy house, 
My offerings shall be paid ; 

There shall my zeal perform the vows 4 
My soul in anguish made. 

How much is mercy Thy delight, 
Thou ever blessed God ! 

341 



How dear Thy servants in Thy sight ! 

How precious is their blood ! 
Now I -am Thine, forever Thine, 

Nor shall my purpose move ; 
Thy hand hath loosed my bonds of pain 

And bound me with Thy love. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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2 The heavens are for His curtains And swift as thought their armies move, 

spread : To bear His vengeance or His love. 

Th'unfathomed deep He makes His bed; 4 How strange Thy works! how great 
Clouds are His chariot, when He flies Thy skill ! 

On winged storms across the skies. While every land Thy riches fill ; 

3 Angels, whom His own breath inspires, Thy wisdom round the world we see: 
His ministers, are flaming fires ; This spacious world is full of Thee. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 

52 J STUTTGARDT 




2 Honor great our God befitteth ; 
Win. Hi^ majesty can reach? 

Age to age His works transniitteth, 
Age to age His power shall teach. 

3 They shall tali of all Thy glory, 
I >n Thy mighl and greatness dwell, 

Speak of Thy dread acts the story, 
And Thy deeds of wonder tell. 

4 Nor shall fail from memory's treasure, 
Works by love and mercy wrought- 



AVorks of love surpassing measure, 

Works of mercy passing thought. 
5 Full of kindness and compassion, 

Slow to anger, vast in love, 
God is good to all creation; 

All His works His goodness prove. 
G All Thy works, Lord, shall bless 

Thee shall allThy saints adore ; [Thee, 
King supreme shall they confess Thee, 

And proclaim Thy sovereign power. 
342 Bishop Richard Mant, 1824 



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Let saints below and saints above. 

Exulting sing redeeming love. 4 Beyond the grave, in nobler strains, 

a As instruments well tuned and strung, When freed from sorrow, sin, and pains, 

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3 My heart shall triumph in my Lord, 
And bless His works and bless His word; 
Thy works of grace how bright they 

shine ! 
How deep Thy counsels! how divine! 

4 Then I shall share a glorious part, 
When grace hath well refined my heart. 



(OrtoMigdol. Xo. 19) 

And fresh supplies of joy are shed, 
Like holy oil to cheer my head. 



5 Sin, my worst enemy before, 
Shall vex mine eyes and ears no more; 
My inward foes shall all be slain, 
Nor Satan break my peace again. 

6 Then shall I see, and hear, and know 
All T desired or wished below; 
And every power find sweet employ 

. In that eternal world of joy. 
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And without praises die. 

3 ? Tis He forgives thy sins, 
'Tis He relieves thy pain, 



He that redeemed my soul from hell, 
Hath sovereign power to save. 
5 He fills the poor with good ; 

He gives the sufferers rest : [proud, 

The Lord hath judgments for the 
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5 Then let our songs abound 

And every tear be dry ; [ground 
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To fairer worlds on high. 

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In the wilderness astray, 

Hither, thither, while they roam, 
Hungry, fainting by the way, 

Far from refuge, shelter, home, — 
Then unto the Lord they cry; 

He inclines a gracious ear, 
Sends deliverance from on high, 

Rescues them from ail their fear. 
To a pleasant land He brings, 

Where the vine and olive grow, 
Where from flowery hills the springs 

Through luxuriant valleys now. 
0, that men would praise the Lord 

For His goodness to their race; 
For the wonders of His word, 

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And all fear of want remove. 
Who can faint, while such a river 

Ever flows their thirst t' assuage, 
Grace which, like the Lord, the giver, 

Xever fails from age to age? 

3 Round each habitation hovering, 
See the cloud and fire appear 

For a glory and a covering, 

Showing that the Lord is near ; 



Thus deriving from their banner, 
Light by night, and shade by day. 

Safe they feed upon the manna 

Which He gives them when they pray. 

4 Saviour, if of Zion's city 

I, through grace, a member am, 
Let the world deride or pity, 

I will glory in Thy Name ; 
Fading is the worldling's pleasure, 

All his boasted pomp and show ; 
Solid joys and lasting treasure 

Xone but Zion's children know. 
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Were not the right man on our side, 
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Christ Jesus, it is He ; 

Lord Sabaoth is His name. 

From age to age the same, 
And He must win the battle. 

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His rage we can endure, 
For lo ! his doom is sure : 
One little word shall fell him. 

4 That word above all earthly powers, 
No thanks to them, abideth ; 
The Spirit and the gifts are ours 
Through Him who with us sideth. 
Let goods and kindred go, 
This mortal life also ; 
The body they may kill ; 
God's truth abideth still, 
II is Kingdom is forever. 
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Her charter of salvation 

One Lord, one faith, one birth ; 
One holy name she blesses. 

Partakes one holy food, 
And to one hope she presses, 

With every grace endued. 

3 Though with a scornful wonder, 

Men see her sore oppressed, 
By schisms rent asunder, 

By heresies distressed ; 
Yet saints their watch are keeping. 

Their cry goes up, " How long ? " 
And soon the night of weeping 

Shall be the morn of song. 



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'Mid toil and tribulation, 

And tumult of her war. 
She waits the consummation 

Of peace for evermore ; 
Till with the vision glorious 

Her longing eyes are blest. 
And the great church victorious 

Shall be the church at rest. 

Yet she on earth hath union 

With God the Three in One, 
And mystic sweet communion 

With those whose rest is won ; 
happy ones and holy ! 

Lord, give us grace, that we. 
Like them, the meek and lowly. 

On high may dwell with Thee. 
Rev. Samuel J. StoiM 



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On Sion's chosen hill ; 

Proclaim the wonders of Thy hand, 
And counsels of Thy will. 

3 Let strangers walk around 
The city where we dwell, 

Compass and view Thy holy ground, 
And mark the building well : 

4 The orders of Thy house, 
The worship of Thy court, 



533 



The cheerful songs, the solemn vows ; 
And make a fair report. 

5 How decent and how wise ! 

How glorious to behold ! 
Beyond the pomp that charms the eyes, 

And rites adorned with gold. 

G The God we worship now 

Will guide us till we die ; 
Will be our God while here below, 

And ours above the sky. 

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350 Rev. William A. Muhlenberg, 1826 



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Our eyes have often seen 
How well our God secures the fold, 

Where His own flocks have been. 
In every new distress 

We'll to His House repair ; 
Recall to mind His wondrous grace, 

And seek deliverance there. 

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2 His mercy visits every house 4 Egypt and Tyre, and Greek and Jew. 
That pay their night and morning vows ; Shall there begin their lives anew ; 
But makes a more delightful stay Angels and men shall join to sing 
Where churches meet to praise and pray. The hill where living waters spring. 

3 What glories were described of old ! 5 When God makes up His last account 
What wonders are of Sion told ! Of natives in His holy mount, 

Thou city of our God below, 'Twill be an honor to appear 

Thy fame shall Tyre and Egypt know. As one new-born and nourished there. 



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Convulsions shake the solid world — 

Our faith shall never yield to fear. 
3 Loud may the troubled ocean roar ; 

In sacred peace our souls abide ; 
While every nation, every shore, 



And watering our divine abode, 
o That sacred stream, Thine holy word, 

Supports our faith, our fear controls ; 
Sweet peace Thy promises afford, 

And give new strength to fainting souls. 
6 Zion enjoys her monarch's love, 

Secure against a threatening hour ; 



Trembles, and dreads the swelling tide. Xor can her firm foundation move, 
4 There is a stream whose gentle How Built on His truth, and armed with 
Supplies the city of our God, pow r er 



537 



MELCOMBE L. M. 



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Give power and unction from above, Souls without strength inspire w r ith might; 

Whene'er the joyful sound is heard. Bid mercy triumph over wrath. 



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4 Maptize the nations: far and nigh 
The triumphs of the cross record; 

The Name of Jesus glorify . 

Till every kindred call Him Lord. 



538 



NEANDER 8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 7 



5 God from eternity hath willed 
All flesh shall His salvation - 

So be the Father's love fulfilled [Thee. 
The Saviour's sufferings crowned thro 5 
James Montgomery, 

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Friend to friend unfaithful prove, 

Mothers cease their own to cherish. 
Heaven and earth at last remove ; 

But no changes 
Can attend Jehovah's love. 



3 In the furnace God may prove thee, 

Thence to bring thee forth more bright; 
But can never cease to love thee ; 
Thou art precious in His sight ; 

God is with thee : — 
God, thine everlasting light. 

Eev. Thomas Kelly. 1S06 



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1. ( >. where arc kings and em - pires now Of old that went and came? 




2 We mark her goodly battlements, 
And her foundations strong ; 
We hear within the solemn voice 
Of her unending song. 

.'I For not like kingdoms of the world 
Thy holy church, God ! 



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Though earthquake shocks are threaten- 
And tempests are abroad ; [ing her, 

Unshaken as eternal hills, 

Immovable she stands, 
A mountain that shall fill the earth, 

A house not made with hands. 

Bishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1839 



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The city where we dwell ; 
The walls of strong salvation made 

Defy the assaults of hell. 

Lift up the everlasting gates, 
The doors wide open fling ; 

Enter, ye nations that obey 
The statutes of our King. 



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Here shall you taste unmingled joys, 
And Live in perfect peace; 

You that have known Jehovah's name, 
And ventured on His grace. 

Trust in the Lord, forever trust, 
And banish all your fours ; 

Strength in the Lord Jehovah dwells, 
Eternal as His years. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709; Verse i, alt, 



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The Angel of the covenant proves 
And seals the blessing sure. 

3 Jesus the ancient faith confirms 

To our great Father given ; 

542 cm. 

1 Now let the children of the saints 

Be dedicate to God ; 
Pour out Thy Spirit on them, Lord, 

And wash them in Thy blood. 



543 



He takes young children to His anus. 

And calls them heirs of heaven. 
Our God ! how faithful are His ways ! 

His love endures the same ; 
Nor from the promise of His grace, 

Blots out the children's name. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 1709 

Thus to their parents and their seed 
Shall Thy salvation come; 

And numerous households meet at last 
In one eternal home. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709 



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" Nor scorn their humble name ; And yield them up to Thee ; [hands, 

For 'twas to bless such souls as these, Joyful that Ave ourselves are Thine, 

The Lord of angels came." Thine let our offspring be. 

355 Rev. Philip Doddridge. 1740 



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Let them be the lion's prey ; 

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Drink the rivers of Thy grace. 

Rev. William A. Muhlenberg, 1826 



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Think that the seal of Love divine, 4 A nd when these lips no more can pray, 

The sign of covenant grace, they wear. Thes(1 eyeg can weep fop them 1U) mor6j 

:> In all their erring, sinful years, Turn Thou their feet from folly's way, 

let them ne'er forgotten be; The wanderers to Thy fold restore. 

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What wondrous words of grace He 
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Receive and eat the living food ; " 

Then took the cup and blest the wine ; 
" 'Tis the new covenant in My blood." 






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In memory of your dying Friend ; 
Meet at My table, and record 

The love of your departed Lord."' 

5 Jesus, Thy feast we celebrate, 

We show Thy death, we sing Thy 
Name, 
Till Thou return, and we shall eat 
The marriage supper of the Lamb. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 
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And trusts for life in One that died ; 

We hope for heavenly crowns above, 
From a Redeemer crucified. 



We glory in our Saviour's name, 

And make our triumphs in His cross. 
4 With joy we tell the scoffing age, 

He that was dead has left His tomb; 



Let the vain world pronounce it shame; He lives above their utmost rage, 
And cast contempt upon Thy cause; 



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And we are waiting till He come. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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Nor sit the last and lowest at Thy board ; 
Too long a wanderer and too oft beguiled, 
I only ask one reconciling word. 

3 One word from Thee, my Lord, one smile, one look, 

And I could face the cold, rough world again ; 
And with that treasure in my heart could brook 
The wrath of devils and the scorn of men. 

4 Arid is not mercy Thy prerogative — 

Free mercy, boundless, fathomless, divine? 
Me, Lord, the chief of sinners, me forgive, 
And Thine the greater glory, only Thine. 

, r ) I hear Thy voice; Thou bid'st me come and rest; 
I come, I kneel, I clasp Thy pierced feet; 
Thou bid'st me take my place, a welcome guest 
Among Thy saints, and of Thy banquet eat. 

6 My praise can only breathe itself in prayer; 
My prayer can only lose itself in Thee ; 
Dwell Thou forever in my heart, and there, 

Lord, let me sup with Thee; sup Thou with me. 

358 Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1872 



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Here drink with Thee the royal wine of heaven ; 
Here would I lay aside each earthly load, 
Here taste afresh the calm of sin forgiven. 

3 This is the hour of banquet and of song ; 

This is the heavenly table spread for me; 
Here let me feast, and, feasting, still prolong 
The brief, bright hour of fellowship with Thee. 

4 I have no help but Thine, nor do I need 

Another arm save Thine to lean upon ; 
It is enough, my Lord, enough indeed ; 

My strength is in Thy might, Thy might alone. 

5 Mine is the sin, but Thine the righteousness ; 

Mine is the guilt, but Thine the cleansing blood ; 
Here is my robe, my refuge, and my peace, 

Thy blood, Thy righteousness, Lord my God. 

6 Feast after feast thus comes, and passes by; 

Yet, passing, points to the glad feast above, 
Giving sweet foretaste of the festal joy, 
The Lamb's great bridal feast of bliss and love. 

359 Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1855 



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It is only, " Till He come." 

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3 See, the feast of love is spread, 
Drink the wine and break the breach- 
Sweet memorials, till the Lord 
Call us round His heavenly board, 
Some from earth, from glory some, 
Severed only, " Till He come." 

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Look on the tears by sinners shed ; 

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1 Break Thou the bread of life, 

Dear Lord, to me, 
As Thou didst break the loaves 

Beside the sea ; 
Beyond the sacred page 

I seek Thee, Lord ; 
My spirit pants for Thee, 

living Word ! 



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And be Thy feast to us the token 
That bv Thy grace our souls are fed. 
Bishop Reginald Heber, 1826 



2 Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, 
To me — to me — 
As Thou didst bless the bread 
By Galilee ; 
Then shall all bondage cease, 

All fetters fall; 
And I shall find mv peace, 
My All-in-All ! 

Mary A. Lathbury, 1SS0 



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Plead and claim my peace with God. 

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While I see divine compassion 

Floating in His languid eye. 



4 Here it is I find my heaven, 

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Love I much ? I'm much forgiven, — 
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5 Love and grief mv heart dividing, 

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Joy attend us in believing, 

Peace from God, through endless day. 
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And sought, but never found. 
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Prophets and kings desired it long, 

But died without the sight. 
The watchmen join their voice, 

And tuneful notes employ ; 
Jerusalem breaks forth in songs, 

And deserts learn the joy. 
The Lord makes bare His arm 

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Let every nation now behold 

Their Saviour and their God. 

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The work is great, the laborers few. Trained by the influence of the skies, 

Led by Thine own Almighty hand, In wisdom, knowledge, grace to shine 

Let Sioirs sons, in many a band, Till every kingdom shall be Thine. 

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Go, cast out devils in My name : 

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Though Greeks reproach, and Jews blas- 

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I'm with you till the world shall end ; 
All power is trusted in My hands, 
I can destroy, and can defend." 
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They to the farthest nations spread 
The grace of their ascended God. 

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On those whom Thou hast called to Themselves may keep the narrow way. 
Thy flock redeemed by Jesus' death. 

3 Saviour, from Thy pierced hand 5 God, Thy strength and mercy send 
Shed o'er them all Thy gifts Divine; To shield, them in their strife with sin; 

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3 Teach them to sow the precious seed, In humble strains Thy grace implore, 
Teach them Thy chosen flock to feed ; And feel Thy new creating power. 

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3 The shepherd's Shepherd only Thou Thy Name alone be here confessed, 
Canst be : Christ, walk with him By holy lives be glorified, 

now ; While here Thy peace shall still abide. 

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Piled up against the sky, 
It were not worthy God. 

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Thy head to bend, 

And enter here. 

3 Let Faith here rear to God ! 

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A House for Thine abode 
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Pure hearts Thou dost 
To fanes prefer. 

4 The heavenly only stands : 
Earth briefly typifies 
The House not made with hands, 
Eternal in the skies — 
We see its towers : 
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Thy Holy Spirit, meet Be strengthened as they pray, [fear 

With those who here in worship bend 4 May faith grow firm, and love grow 

Before Thy mercy-seat. And hallowed wishes rise, [warm, 

While, round these peaceful walls, 
3 May those who err be guided here the storm 

To find the better way, Of earth-born passion dies. 

William Cullen Bryant, 1835 

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And pour Thy blessing from above, 4 And may the gospel's joyful sound. 

Enforced by mighty grace, 

Awaken many sinners round, 

To come and fill the place. 



That we may render praise. 
3 Within these walls let holy peace, 
And love and concord dwell ; 



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Such ever bring Thee where they come, 

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3 Yet everywhere Thou guid'st Thine To strengthen faith and sweeten care, 

own To teach our faint desires to rise, 

To raise for Thee an earthly throne ; And bring all heaven before our eyes. 
And where Thy Name Thou dost record, 

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Lord. \y e stretch the curtain and the cord ; 

4 Dear shepherd of Thy chosen few, Come, with Thy glory fill the place, 
Thy former mercies here renew ; And bless us with a large increase. 

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Let heartfelt worship here ascend ; 

With Thine own joy fill every breast, 
With Thine own power Thy word 
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4 Here, in the dark and sorrowing day, Be our communion ever sweet, [above. 
Bid Thou the throbbing heart be still ; With Thee, and with Thy Church 

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shall meet, Give help to climb the heavenward steep, 

And keep the feast of dying love, Till Thy full glory we behold. 

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What they ask of Thee to gain, 

What they gain from Thee for ever 
With the blessed to retain, 

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And mid th' embraces of Thy love, 
He felt compassion rise. 

4 On wings of love the Saviour flew, 
To raise us from the ground ; 
And gave His own most precious blood, 
A balm for every wound. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge, 1755 

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A brother in a foe. 

4 His breast expands with generous 
A stranger's woes to feel ; [warmth, 
And bleeds in pity o'er the wound 
He wants the power to heal. 
374 Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld, 1792 



575 



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Benevolence 

Arr. from George F. Handel, 1732 




May we Thy bounties thus 
As stewards true receive, 

And gladly, as Thou blessest us, 
To Thee our first-fruits give. 
3 hearts are bruised and dead, 



To tend the lone and fatherless, 
Is angels' work below. 
5 The captive to release, 

To God the lost to bring, 
To teach the way of life and peace,- 



And homes are bare and cold, [bled It is a Christ-like thing. 

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Are straying from the fold. 
4 To comfort and to bless, 
To find a balm for woe, 



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Thy pattern, and Thy steps pursue ; Creation's blot, creation's blank, [thank, 
Let alms bestowed, let kindness done, 4 But he who marks from day to day, 
Be witnessed by each rolling sun. j n generous acts his radiant way, 

3 That man may breathe, but never lives, Treads the same path his Saviour trod, 
Who much receives but nothing gives, The path to glory and to God. 

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Every plant should droop and die ; 
Lord, revive us ; 

All our help must come from Thee 
Let our mutual love be fervent, 

Make us prevalent in prayers ; 
Let each one esteemed Thy servant 

Shun the world's bewitching snares. 



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Break the tempter's fatal power; 
Turn the stony heart to flesh ; 
And begin, from this good hour, 
To revive Thy work afresh : 

Lord, revive us ; 
All our help must come from Thee. 
Rev. John Newton, 1779 

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And fill Thy dwellings here, 
Till life, and love, and joy divine, 
A heaven on earth appear. 

Anne Steele, 1760 



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4 Pass me not, mighty Spirit, 
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5 Love of God, so pure and changeless, 
Blood of God, so rich and free, 

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Magnify them all in me, even me ! 

6 Pass me not ! Thy lost one bringing, 
Bind, bind, my heart to Thee ; 

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To watch Thy flock, Thy flock to feed, 5 May aged saints, matured with grace, 
And sow wich care the precious seed. Abound in fruits of holiness ; 

3 Bevive the churches with Thy grace, And when transplanted to the skies, 
Heal all our breaches, grant us peace ; May younger in their stead arise. 
Bouse us from sloth, our hearts inflame 6 Thus we our suppliant voices raise, 
With ardent zeal for Jesus' name. And weeping sow the seed of praise, 

4 May young and old Thy word receive, In humble hope that Thou wilt hear 
Dead sinners hear Thy voice and live, Thy ministers' and people's prayer. 

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Come, join with me, ye saints, and 
Our foes in vain against us strive, 
For God will help and triumph bring. 

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To seek that grace which now they scorn. 

3 let a holy flock await, 
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Each pressing on, with zeal, to be 
A living sacrifice to Thee. 

4 In answer to our fervent cries, 
Give us to see Thy church arise ; 
Or, if that blessing seem too great, 
Give us to mourn its low estate. 

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3 Eevive Thy work, Lord ! The glory shall be all Thine own, 

Exalt Thy precious name ; The blessing, Lord ! be ours. 

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And bid the weak be strong ; 
To give them songs for sighing, 

Their darkness turn to light, 
Whose souls, condemned and dying, 

Were precious in His sight. 

3 He shall come down like showers, 

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And love, joy, hope, like flowers, 
Spring in His path to birth j 



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Shall peace, the herald, go ; 

And righteousness, in fountains, 
From hill to valley flow. 

4 Kings shall fall down before Him, 

And gold and incense bring ; 
All nations shall adore Him, 

His praise all people sing ; 
For He shall have dominion 

O'er river, sea, and shore, 
Far as the eagle's pinion 

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For Him shall prayer unceasing 

And daily vows ascend ; 
His kingdom still increasing, 

A kingdom without end : 
The mountain dews shall nourish 

A seed in weakness sown, 
Whose fruit shall spread and flourish, 

And shake like Lebanon. 



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O'er every foe victorious, 

He on His throne shall rest, 
From age to age more glorious, 

All blessing and all blest : 
The tide of time shall never 

His covenant remove, 
His Name shall stand for ever, — 

That Name to us is Love. 

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Traveller, ages are its own ; 

See, it bursts o'er all the earth. 

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Traveller, darkness takes its flight ; 

Doubt and terror are withdrawn. 
Watchman, let Thy wanderings cease ; 

Hie Thee to thy quiet home. 
Traveller, lo ! the Prince of Peace, 

Lo ! the Son of God is come. 

Sir Joim Bowling, 1826 



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The heathen in his blindness 

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3 Can we, whose souls are lighted 

With wisdom from on high, 
Can we to men benighted 
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4 Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, 
And you, ye waters, roll, 
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And seek the Saviour's blessing, 

A nation in a day. 



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Now be the gospel banner 

In every land unfurled, 
And be the shout, hosanna, 

Re-echoed through the world, 
Till every isle and nation, 

Till every tribe and tongue, 
Receive the great salvation, 

And join the happy throng. 



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Pursue thy onward way ; 
Flow thou to every nation, 

Nor in thy richness stay : 
Stay not till all the lowly 

Triumphant reach their home ; 
Stay not till all the holy 

Proclaim, " The Lord is come." 
Rev. Samuel F. Smith, 1832 



Yes, Thou shalt reign forever, 

Jesus, King of kings ! 
Thy light, Thy love, Thy favor, 

Each ransomed captive sings. 
The isles for Thee are waiting, 

The deserts learn Thy praise, 
The hills and valleys, greeting, 

The song responsive raise. 

Thomas Hastings, 1828 



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May thy lasting, wide dominions 
Multiply and still increase ; 

Sway thy sceptre, 
Saviour ! all the world around. 
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Have thy foes been proud and scornful, 
By thy sighs and tears unmoved ? 

Cease thy mourning, 
Zion still is well beloved. 

3 God, thy God, will now restore thee ; 

He Himself appears thy friend : 
All thy foes shall flee before thee ; 
Here their boasts and triumphs end ; 



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Enemies no more shall trouble ; 

All thy wrongs shall be redressed ; 
For thy shame thou shalt have double, 
In thy Maker's favor blessed ; 

All thy conflicts 
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1 Arm of the Lord ! awake, awake ; 3 Xo more let human blood be spilt, 
Put on thy strength, the nations shake; Vain sacrifice for human guilt; 
And let the world, adoring, see But to each conscience be applied 
Triumphs of mercy, wrought by thee. The blood that flowed from Jesus' side. 

2 Say to the heathen, from thy throne, 4 Almighty God ! Thy grace proclaim, 
"I am Jehovah — God alone ! " In every land, declare Thy name, 
Thy voice their idols shall confound, Let adverse powers before Thee fall, 
And cast their altars to the ground. And crown the Saviour — Lord of all. 

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1 Ascend Thy throne, almighty King, 

And spread Thy glories all abroad : 
Let Thine own arm salvation bring, 3 
And be Thou known the gracious 
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2 Let millions bow before Thy seat, 

Let humble mourners seek Thy face ; 



Bless we, then, our gracious Lord ; 

Ever praise His glorious name ; 
All His mighty acts record ; 

All His wondrous love proclaim. 
Harriet Auber, 1829 



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Subdued by Thy victorious grace. 

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Become the kingdoms of the Lord ; 

Let saints and angels praise Thy name, 
Be Thou through heaven and earth 
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And praises throng to crown His head; 
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The weary find eternal rest, 

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5 Let every creature rise and bring 
Peculiar honors to our King ; 
Angels descend with songs again, 
And earth repeat the loud amen. 

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Bid raging winds their fury cease, Meet, with the blood-bought throng to fall, 

And hush the tempest into peace. And crown our Jesus Lord of all. 

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See future sons, and daughters yet unborn, 
In crowding ranks on every side arise, 
Demanding life, impatient for the skies. 

3 See barbarous nations at the gates attend, 
Walk in thy light, and in thy temple bend ; 

See thy bright altars thronged with prostrate kings, 
While every land its joyous tribute brings. 

4 The seas shall waste, the skies to smoke decay, 
Rocks fall to dust, and mountains melt away ; 
But fixed His word, His saving power remains ; 
Thy realm shall last, thy own Messiah reigns. 

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FEDERAL STREET L. M. 



Sovereign of worlds, display Thy 

power; 
Be this Thy Zion's favored hour: 
Bid the bright morning Star arise, 
And point the nations to the skies. 

Set up Thy throne where Satan reigns, 
On western wilds and heathen plains, 



Far let the gospel sound be known, 
And be the universe Thine own. 

Speak, and the world shall hear Thy 

voice ; 
Speak, and the nations shall rejoice ; 
Scatter the shades of moral night, 
With the blest beams of heavenly light. 
Rev. Bourne Hall Draper, 1803 



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Gentiles and Jews the blest vision Praise to Jehovah ascending on high ; 

3 Lo, in the desert rich flowers are Fallen are the engines of war and corn- 

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Streams ever copious are gliding along; Shouts of salvation are rending the sky. 

Thomas Hastings, 1832 

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Alleluia! hark, the sound, 

From the depths unto the skies, 
Wakes above, beneath, around 

All creation's harmonies. 
See Jehovah's banners furled, [done, 

Sheathed His sword; He speaks; 'tis 
And the kingdoms of this world 

Are the kingdoms of His Son. 



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Great God, the nations of the earth 

Are by creation Thine ; 
And in Thy works, be all beheld, 

Thy radiant glories shine. 
But, Lord, Thy greater love has sent 

Thy gospel to mankind; 
Unveiling what rich stores of grace 

Are treasured in Thy mind. 



He shall reign from pole to pole 

With illimitable sway ; 
He shall reign, when, like a scroll 

Yonder heavens have passed away ; 
Then the end ; beneath His rod 

Man's last enemy shall fall : 
Alleluia ! Christ is God, 

God in Christ, is all in all. 

James Montgomery, 1819 



Lord, when shall these glad tidings 

The spacious earth around, [spread 
Till every tribe, and every soul, 

Shall hear the joyful sound ? 
Smile, Lord, on each sincere attempt 

To spread the gospel's rays, 
And build on sin's demolished throne 

The temple of Thy praise. 

Rev. Thos. Gibbons, 1769 



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O'er a faithless fallen world 

Raise your banner in the sky ; 
Let it float there wide unfurled ; 

Bear it onward ; lift it high. 
'Mid the homes of want and woe, 

Strangers to the living word, 
Let the Saviour's herald go, 

Let the voice of hope be heard. 
Where the shadows deepest lie, 

Carry truth's unsullied ray ; 
Where are crimes of blackest dye, 

There the saving sign display. 



603 WEIMAR L.M. 

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To the weary and the worn 

Tell of realms where sorrows cease ; 
To the outcast and forlorn 

Speak of mercy and of peace. 
Guard the helpless ; seek the strayed ; 

Comfort troubles ; banish grief ; 
In the might of God arrayed, 

Scatter sin and unbelief. 
Be the banner still unfurled, 

Still unsheathed the Spirit's sword, 
Till the kingdoms of the world 

Are the kingdom of the Lord. 

Bishop William W. How, 1854 

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Wave Thou the sceptre of Thy reign 



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And host to host the triumph tell, 
That not one rebel heart remains, 
But over all the Saviour reigns. 

Mrs. Yokes, 1816 



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That never pains again. 
Come, kingdom of our God ! 

And make the broad earth Thine : 



Stretch o'er her lands and isles the rod 
That flowers with grace divine. 

Soon may all tribes be blest 
With fruit from life's glad tree ; 

And in its shade like brothers rest, 
Sons of one family. 

Rev. John Johns, 1837 



Leighton G. Hayne, 1863 




Where is Thy reign of peace, 

And purity, and love ? 
When shall all hatred cease, 

As in the realms above ? 
When comes the promised time 

That war shall be no more, 
And lust, oppression, crime 

Shall flee Thy face before ? 



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And come in Thy great might ; 
Revive our longing eyes, 

Which languish for Thy sight. 
O'er heathen lands afar 

Thick darkness broodeth yet : 
Arise, morning Star, 

Arise, and never set. 

Rev. Lewis Hensley, 1867 



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Her walls before Thee stand, 
Dear as the apple of Thine eye, 

And graven on Thy hand. 

3 If e'er to bless Thy sons 

My voice or hands deny, 
These hands let useful skill forsake, 
This voice in silence die. 

4 For her my tears shall fall ; 

For her my prayers ascend ; 

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5 Beyond my highest joy 

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Her sweet communion, solemn vows, 
Her hymns of love and praise. 

6 Sure as Thy truth shall last, 

To Zion shall be given 
The brightest glories earth can yield 
And brighter bliss of heaven. 

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And pleasure filled the room. 

4 Thus, on the heavenly hills, 
The saints are blest above, 

Where joy, like morning dew, distils 
And all the air is love. 

Kev. Isaac Watts, 1719 



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And hope to meet again. 

5 This glorious hope revives 

Our courage by the way ; 
While each in expectation lives, 
And longs to see the day. 

6 From sorrow, toil, and pain, 

And sin, we shall be free ; 
And perfect love and friendship reign, 
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The church, adorned with grace, 
Stands like a palace built for God, 

To show His milder face. 
Up to her courts, with joys unknown, 

The holy tribes repair ; 
The Son of David holds His throne, 

And sits in judgment there. 
He hears our praises and complaints ; 

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Divides the sinners from the saints, 

We tremble and rejoice. 
Peace be within this sacred place, 

And joy a constant guest ; 
With holy gifts and heavenly grace 

Be her attendants blest. 
My soul shall pray for Sion still, 

While life or breath remains; [dwell; 
There my best friends, my kindred 

There God, my Saviour, reigns. 
Isaac Coatts, 



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Joined in one spirit to one Head, 
Where He appoints we go ; 

And still in Jesus' footsteps tread 
And show His praise below. 

may we ever walk in Him, 
And nothing know beside ! 



Nothing desire, nothing esteem, 

But Jesus crucified ! 
Partakers of the Saviour's grace, 

The same in mind and heart, 
Not joy nor grief nor time nor place 

Nor life nor death can part. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1742 



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When sorrow flows from eye to eye, 

And joy from heart to heart. 
When free from envy, scorn, and pride, 

Our wishes all above, 
Each can his brother's failings hide, 

And show a brother's love. 



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His bosom glow with love. 

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3 may Thy soldiers, faithful, true, and bold, 
Fight as the saints who nobly fought of old, 

And win, with them, the victors' crown of gold. Alleluia ! 

4 blest communion, fellowship divine ! 
We feebly struggle, they in glory shine ; 

Yet all are one in Thee, for all are Thine. Alleluia ! 

5 And when the strife is fierce, the warfare long, 
Steals on the ear the distant triumph-song, 

And hearts are brave again, and arms are strong. Alleluia ! 

6 The golden evening brightens in the west ; 
Soon, soon to faithful warriors cometh rest ; 
Sweet is the calm of Paradise the blest. Alleluia ! 

7 But lo ! there breaks a yet more glorious day ; 
The saints triumphant rise in bright array ; 
The King of glory passes on his way. Alleluia ! 

8 From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's farthest coast, 
Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, 
Singing to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Alleluia ! 

398 Bishop William W. How, 1864 



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One army of the living God, 

To His command we bow ; 
Part of His host hath crossed the flood, 

And part is crossing now. 

3 His militant, embodied host, 
With wishful looks we stand, 
And long to see that happy coast, 
And reach that heavenly land. 



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With those that went before, 

And greet the blood-besprinkled bands 
On the eternal shore. 

Our spirits too shall quickly join, 

Like theirs with glory crowned. 
And shout to see our Captain's sign, 

To hear His trumpet sound : 
that we now might grasp our Guide ! 

that the word were given ! 
Come, Lord of hosts, the waves divide, 

And land us all in heaven. 

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And with glad songs resounding wake again 

An endless Alleluia. 

4 In blissful antiphons ye thus rejoice 

To render to the Lord with thankful voice 
An endless Alleluia. 

5 Ye who have gained at length your palms in bliss, 
Victorious ones, your chant shall still be this, 

An endless Alleluia. 

6 There, in one grand acclaim, forever ring 
The strains which tell the honor of your King, 

An endless Alleluia. 

7 This is sweet rest for weary ones brought back, 
This is glad food and drink which ne'er shall lack, 

An endless Alleluia. 

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Forever, and tell out in sweetest lays 

An endless Alleluia. 

9 Almighty Christ, to Thee our voices sing 
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An endless Alleluia. 

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Thou that nearest prayer, descend, Through Thee the deserts laugh and sing, 
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3 Thy hand sets fast the mighty hills, 5 Lord, on our souls Thine influence pour; 
Thy voice the troubled ocean stills ! The moral waste within restore ; 
Evening and morning hymn Thy praise, let Thy love our spring-tide be, 
And earth Thy bounty wide displays. And make us all bear fruit to Thee. 

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Adored through all our changing days. 
When death shall interrupt these songs, 
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Our helper, God, in whom we trust, 
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And we shall weep no more : 

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Through every conflict but the last ; 
Still, still unchanging, watch beside 
My painful bed, for Thou hast died : 
Then point to realms of cloudless day, 
And wipe the latest tear away. 

415 Sir Kobert Grant, 1806 (Text of 1812) 



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They wrestled hard, as we do now, 

With sins, and doubts, and fears. 

3 I ask them whence their victory 

They, with united breath, [came ? 
Ascribe their conquest to the Lamb, 
Their triumph to His death. 



639 



SYLVESTER 8,7,8,7 



They marked the footsteps that He trod ; 

His zeal inspired their breast: 
And following their incarnate God, 

Possess the promised rest. 
Our glorious Leader claims our praise, 

For His own pattern given, 
While the long cloud of witnesses 

Show the same path to heaven. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709 

Rev. John B. Dykes, 1862 




Deeper, deeper grow the shadows, 

Paler now the glowing west, 
Swift the night of death advances 

Shall it be the night of rest ? 
Let me hear Thy voice behind me, 

Calming all these wild alarms; 
Let me, underneath my weakness, 

Feel the everlasting arms. 



416 



Feeble, trembling, fainting, dying, 

Lord, I cast myself on Thee ; 
Tarry with me through the darkness ; 

While I sleep, still watch by me. 
Tarry with me, O my Saviour ! 

Lay my head upon Thy breast 
Till the morning ; then awake me, 

Morning of eternal rest. 

Mrs. Caroline S. Smith, 1852, ab. 



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My pardon speak, new peace impart; Grant patience, rest, and kind relief; 
In love, remember me. Hear, and remember me. 

3 Temptations sore obstruct my way. 5 The hour is near; consigned to death, 

And ills I cannot flee, I own the just degree, 

give me strength, Lord, as my day ; Saviour, with my last parting breath, 
For good, remember me. I'll cry, remember me. 

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Our hearts still whispering, Thou art 4 On Thee we fling our burdening woe, 

near - Love divine, forever dear ! 

3 When drooping pleasure turns to grief, Content to suffer, while we know, 
And trembling faith is changed to fear, Living and dying, Thou art near. 

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Thou canst calm the raging ocean, 

All its noise and tumult still, 
Hush the tempest's wild commotion, 

At the bidding of Thy will. 



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3 Thus my heart the hope will cherish, 

While to Thee I lift mine eye, 
Thou wilt save me ere I perish, 

Thou wilt hear the sailor's cry : 
And though mast and sail be riven, 

Soon life's voyage will be o'er ; 
Safely moored in heaven's wide haven, 

Storm and tempest vex no more. 

Kev. George W. Betlnme, 1825 

Arr. from Christopher Tye, 




We need not fear, though all around, 

'Mid rising winds, we hear 
The multitude of waters surge ; 

For Thou, God, art near. 
The calm, the breeze, the gale, the 

That pass from land to land, [storm, 
All, all are Thine, are held within 

The hollow of Thy hand. 



If duty calls from threatened strife 

To guard our native shore, 
And shot and shell are answering 

The booming cannon's roar, 
Be Thou the Mainguard of our host, 

Till war and dangers cease ; 
Defend the rights, put up the sword, 

And through the world make peace. 



418 



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Thyself our pilot be, 
Until we reach that better land, 
The land that knows no sea. 



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Whom earth and sky adore, 
And Spirit moving on the deep, 
Be praise for evermore. 

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For those in peril on the sea ! 



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Who bad'st its angry tumult cease, 
And gavest light, and life, and peace; 
hear us when we cry to Thee 
For those in peril on the sea ! 



4 Trinity of love and power ! 

Our brethren shield in danger's hour ; 
From rock and tempest, fire and foe, 
Protect them wheresoe'er they go, 
And ever let there rise to Thee 
Glad hymns of praise from land and sea. 



419 



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And that I might have seen His kind look when He said, 
" Let the little ones come unto Me." 

3 Yet still to His footstool in prayer I may go, 

And ask for a share in His love ; 
And if I thus earnestly seek Him below, 
I shall see Him and hear Him above, 

4 In that beautiful place He has gone to prepare 

For all who are washed and forgiven : 
And many dear children are gathering there, 
For of such is the kingdom of heaven. 

5 I long for the joys of that glorious time, 

The sweetest and brightest and best, 
When the dear little children of every clime, 
Shall crowd to His arms and be blest. 



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Guidetheir steps and help their weakness, Guide them, lead them, go before them, 

Bless and make them like to Thee. Give them peace, and joy, and love : 

Bear Thy lambs when they are weary Temples of Thy glorious Godhead, 

In Thine arms and at Thy breast ; May they with Thy presence shine, 

Through life's desert, dry and dreary, And immortal bliss inherit, 

Bring them to Thy heavenly rest. And for evermore be Thine. 

421 Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1863 



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Let Thy love and grace constrain them 

To approve whate'er is right ; 
Take Thine easy yoke, and wear it, 
Strengthened with Thy heavenly 
might. 



648 



SILOAM CM, 



1 Remember thy Creator now, 

In these thy youthful days ; 
He will accept thine early vow, 
And listen to thy praise. 

2 Remember thy Creator now, 

Seek Him while He is near; 
For evil days will come, when thou 
Shalt find no comfort here. 



Taught to lisp the holy praises 

Which on earth Thy children sing, 
Both with lips and hearts unfeigned, 
May they their thank-offerings 
bring; 
Then with all the saints in glory 
Join to praise our Lord and King. 
Henry Bateman, 1862 



3 Remember thy Creator now ; 

His willing servant be : 
Then, when thy head in death shall bow, 
He will remember thee. 

4 Almighty God ! our hearts incline 

Thy heavenly voice to hear ; 
Let all our future days be Thine, 
Devoted to Thy fear. 

422 Anon. 



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2 All this day Thy hand has led me, 
And I thank Thee for Thy care ; 
Thou hast clothed me, warmed and fed 
Listen to my evening prayer ! [me ; 

650 SILOAM CM, 

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3 Let my sins be all forgiven ; 

Bless the friends I love so well: 
Take us all at last to heaven, 

Happy there with Thee to dwell. 

Mary L. Duncan, 1839 
Isaac B. Woodbury, 1842 




2 Lo, such the child whose early feet 
The paths of peace have trod ; 

Whose secret heart, with influence sweet, 
Is upward drawn to God. 

3 By cool Siloam's shady rill 
The lily must decay ; 

The rose that blooms beneath the hill 
Must shortly fade away : 

4 And soon, too soon, the wintry hour 
Of man's maturer age 



Will shake the soul with sorrow's power 
And stormy passion's rage. 

5 Thou, whose infant feet were found 
Within Thy Father's shrine, 

Whose years, with changeless virtue 
Were all alike Divine ; [crowned, 

6 Dependent on Thy bounteous breath, 
We seek Thy grace alone 

In childhood, manhood, age, and death, 
To keep us still Thine own. 
423 Bishop Reginald Heber, 1812 (Text of 1827) 



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The Holy Spirit send ; Our teachers' labor own, 

And teach us to begin to live That we and they may meet above 

The life that knows no end. To sing before Thy throne. 

Ascribed to Lady Lucy E. G. "Whitmore; Alt. Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth, 1858 

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The all-subduing Word, 

Healer of strife ; 
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That from sin's deep disgrace 
Thou mightest save our race, 

And give us life. 

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While in our mortal pain 
None calls on Thee in vain ; 
Help Thou dost not disdain, 

Help from above. 
Ever be Thou our guide, 
Our shepherd and our pride, 

Our staff and song ; 
Jesus, Thou Christ of God, 
By Thy perennial word, 
Lead us where Thou hast trod, 

Make our faith strong. 



5 So now, and till we die, 
Sound we Thy praises high, 
And joyful sing ; 



Ascribed to Clement of Alexandria ( 



Infants and the glad throng 
Who to Thy church belong, 
Unite and swell the song 
To Christ our King ! 

220) ; Tr. Rev. Henry M. Dexter, 1846 




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See every one arrayed ; 
Dwelling in everlasting light 

And joys that never fade, 

Singing, " Glory be to God on high." 
What brought them to that world above, 

That heaven so bright and fair, 
Where all is peace, and joy, and love ; 

How came those children there, 

Singing, " Glory be to God on high?" 
Because the Saviour shed His blood 

To wash away their sin ; 
Bathed in that pure and precious flood, 

Behold them white and clean, 

Singing, " Glory be to God on high." 
On earth they sought the Saviour's grace, 

On earth they loved His name ; 
So now they see His blessed face, 

And stand before the Lamb, 

Singing, " Glory be to God on high." 

425 Anne H. Shepherd, 1836 



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W. Pitts, 1871 




God's free mercy streameth 

Over all the world, 
And His banner gleam eth 

Everywhere unfurled. 
Broad and deep and glorious 

As the heaven above 
Shines in might victorious 

His eternal Love. 
Lord, upon our blindness 

Thy pure radiance pour ; 
For Thy loving-kindness 

Make us love Thee more. 



655 



6. 5. 6. 5. D. 
Lead us, heavenly Father, 

In our opening way, 
Lead us in the morning 

Of our little day. 
While our hearts are happy, 

While our souls are free, 
May we give our childhood 

As a song to Thee. 
Lead us, heavenly Father, 

As the way grows long, 
Be our strong salvation, 

Be our joyous song. 



And when clouds are drifting 

Dark across our sky, 
Then, the veil uplifting, 

Father, be Thou nigh. 
We will never doubt Thee, 

Though Thou veil Thy light : 
Life is dark without Thee ; 

Death with Thee is bright. 
Light of light ! shine o'er us 

On our pilgrim way, 
Go Thou still before us 

To the endless day. 

Bishop William W. How, 1871 

Gladdened by Thy mercies, 

Chastened by Thy rod, 
May we walk through all things 

Humbly with our God. 
Lead us, heavenly Father, 

By Thy voices clear, — 
Through Thy prophets holy, 

Through Thy Son so dear, — 
Him who took the children, 

In His arms of love ; 
May we all be gathered 

In His home above. 

Rev. Brooke Herford, 1893 



TIME AND ETERNITY 



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Thy golden gates appear : 
Ah ! then my spirit faints 
To reach the land I love, 

The bright inheritance of saints, 
Jerusalem above. 

I hear at morn and even, 
At noon and midnight hour, 

The choral harmonies of heaven 
Earth's Babel tongues o'erpower 



427 



Then, then I feel that He, 
Eemembered or forgot, 
The Lord, is never far from me, 
Though I perceive Him not. 

Forever with the Lord ! 

Father, if 'tis Thy will, 
The promise of that faithful word 

E'en here to me fulfil : 

Be Thou at my right hand. 

Then can I never fail, 
L'phold Thou me, and I shall stand; 

Fight, and I must prevail. 

5 So when my latest breath 
Shall rend the veil in twain. 

By death I shall escape from death, 
And life eternal gain. 
Knowing as I am known, 
How shall I love that word, 

And oft repeat before the throne, 
u Forever with the Lord ! " 

James Montgomery, 1S35 



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Let storms of woe in whirlwinds rise, 
Each cord on earth to sever, — 
Then — bright and joyous in the skies — 
There is our home forever. — Ref. 
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To escape from hell and fly to heaven ; 
The day of grace — and mortals may 
Secure the blessings of the day. 
The living know that they must die, 
But all the dead forgotten lie ; 
Their memory and their sense are gone, 
Alike unknowing and unknown. 
Their hatred and their love are lost, 
Their envy buried in the dust : 



428 



They have no share in all that's done 
Beneath the circuit of the sun. 
Then what my thoughts design to do, 
My hands, with all your might pursue : 
Since no device nor work is found, 
Nor faith nor hope beneath the ground. 
There are no acts of pardon past 
In the cold grave to which we haste ; 
But darkness, death, and long despair 
Reign in eternal silence there. 

Kev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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In paths that He decrees us, 
Where His own feet before have gone, 

Our strength, our hope, our Jesus ; 
In lowly fellowship with Him 

The cross appointed bearing ; 
For a crown no grief can dim 

One day we shall be wearing. 



3 'twill be passing sweet to gaze 
On Him in all His glory ; 
And lost in love and glad amaze 
To shout redemption's story ; 
Till angels bend to catch the strain 

Our human lips are swelling, 
And "worthy is the Lamb once slain," 
Resounds through heaven's high 
dwelling. 
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2 Nearer my Father's house, 

Where many mansions be ; 
Nearer, to-day, the great white throne, 5 
Nearer the crystal sea. 

3 Nearer the bound of life 

A V here burdens are laid down ; 
Nearer to leave the heavy cross ; 6 

Nearer to gain the crown. 

4 But, lying dark between, 

Winding down through the night, 

66l LISBON S. M. 



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Evn now, perchance, my feet 

Are slipping on the brink, 
And I, to-day, am nearer home, — 

Nearer than now I think. 
Father, perfect my trust ; 

Strengthen my spirit's faith ; 
Nor let me stand, at last, alone 




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Thy words of promise sure. 

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And disappoint our trust. 

4 Xow I forbid my carnal hope, 
My fond desires recall ; 
I give my mortal interest up, 
And make my God my all. 
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2 God, niy inmost soul convert, 4 Be this my one great business here, 

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Eternal things impress ; 
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And save me ere it be too late ; 

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3 Before me place in bright array 5 Then, Saviour, then my soul receive, 



The pomp of that tremendous day, 

When Thou with clouds shalt come 
To judge the nations at Thy bar : 
And tell me, Lord, shall I be there, 
To meet a joyful doom ? 



Transported from this vale, to live 

And reign with Thee above ; 
Where faith is sweetly lost in sight, 
And hope, in full, supreme delight, 
And everlasting love. 

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Whereon our feet were set by sovereign grace : 

ISTor life nor death, with all their agitation, 
Can thence remove us, if we see His face. 

We would see Jesus : other lights are paling, 
Which for long years we have rejoiced to see ; 

The blessings of our pilgrimage are failing ; 

We would not mourn for them, for we go to Thee. 

We would see Jesus ; yet the spirit lingers 
Bound the dear objects it has loved so long, 

And earth from earth can scarce unclasp its lingers; 
Our love to Thee makes not this love less strong. 

We would see Jesus : sense is all too binding, 

And heaven appears too dim, too far away; 
We would see Thee, Thyself our hearts reminding 

What Thou hast suffered, our great debt to pay. 

We would see Jesus : this is all we're needing ; 

Strength, joy, and willingness come with the sight ; 
We would see Jesus, dying, risen, pleading ; 

Then welcome day, and farewell mortal night. 

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Of things that soon are old. 

Thou, who canst not slumber, 
Whose light grows never pale, 

'Peach us aright to number 
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On us Thy goodness rest, 

And let Thy Spirit brighten 

The hearts Thyself hast blessed. 

Lord, crown our faith's endeavor 

With beauty and with grace, 
Till, clothed in light forever, 

We see Thee face to face : 
A joy no language measures, 

A fountain brimming o'er, 
An endless flow of pleasures, 

An ocean without shore. 

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The aged and the young. 



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5 To Jesus may we fly, 

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Nothing disturbs that peace profound, 
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Farewell, inconstant world, farewell ! 

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While heaven and earth combine to say, 
"How ble st the righteous when he dies !" 
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2 The voice at midnight came ; 
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He fell, but felt no fear. 

3 At midnight came the cry, 

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lie woke, — and caught his Captain's eye, 
Then, strong in faith and prayer, 

4 His spirit with a bound 
Left its encumbering clay : 

His tent, at sunrise, on the ground 
A darkened ruin lay. 



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5 The pains of death are past; 

Labor and sorrow cease ; 
And life's long warfare closed at last, 

His soul is found in peace. 



6 Soldier of Christ ! well done ! 

Praise be thy new employ; 
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Rest in thy Saviour's joy. 

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Clothed in robes of spotless white, 
Now it dwells with Thee in light. 

3 Ah, Lord Jesus, grant that we 

Where it lives may soon be living, 
And the lovely pastures see 

That its heavenly food are giving : 
Then the gain of death we prove 
Though Thou take what most we love. 

Rev. Johann W. Meinhold, 1835 ; Tr. Catherine Winkworth, 1858 
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Asleep in Jesus ! peaceful rest, 
Whose waking is supremely blest; 
No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour 
That manifests the Saviour's power. 



Asleep in Jesus ! for me 
May such a blissful refuge be ; 
Securely shall my ashes lie, 
Waiting the summons from on high. 
Asleep in Jesus ! far from thee 
Thy kindred and their graves may be; 
But thine is still a blessed sleep, 
From which none ever wakes to weep. 
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To keep us from our love, [slow 

3 The graves of all the saints He blest, 

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Where should the dying members rest, 
But with their dying Head? 

Thence He arose, ascending high, 
And showed our feet the way; 

Up to the Lord our flesh shall fly, 
At the great rising day. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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3 I would not live alway ; no, welcome the tomb ; 
Since Jesus hath lain there, I dread not its gloom ; 
There sweet be my rest till He bid me arise 

To hail Him in triumph descending the skies. 

4 Who, who would live alway, away from his God ? 
Away from yon heaven, that blissful abode, 

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And the noontide of glory eternally reigns : 

5 Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet, 
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W T hile the anthems of rapture unceasingly roll, 
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To reign with Thee on high. 

Rev. H. A. Caesar Malan, 1832 
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I '11 bless the heart that planned 

When throned where glory dwelleth 
In Emmanuel's land. 

The bride eyes not her garment, 

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I will not gaze at glory, 

But on my King of grace ; 
Not at the crown He gifteth, 

But on His pierced hand : 
The Lamb is all the glory 

Of Emmanuel's land. 

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Can prevail to mar their peace ; 
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He who died for their release. 
Father, in Thy gracious keeping 



Leave we now Thy servant sleeping. Leave we now Thy servant sleeping. 



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Father, in Thy gracious keeping 

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God has promised ; be it must ; 

Jesus is my Hope and Trust. 



Jesus lives, and God extends 
Grace to each returning sinner ; 

Rebels He receives as friends, 
And exalts to highest honor. 

God is true as He is just : 

Jesus is my Hope and Trust 



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Jesus is the Christian's Trust. 

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Thou Sovereign of my heart, 

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My spirit can not rest. 
tell me that my worthless name 

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Show me some promise in Thy book, 

"Where my salvation stands ! 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 

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1 There is a God who reigns above, 
Lord of the heaven and earth and seas ; 

1 fear His wrath, I ask His love, 

And with my lips I sing His praise. 

2 There is a law which He has made, 
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Lord, I repent and seek Thy face, 
For I have often broke Thy law. 

4 There is an hour when I must die, 
Nor do I know how soon 'twill come; 

How many younger much than I. [doom! 
Have passed by death to hear their 

5 Let me improve the hours I have, 
Before the day of grace is fled ; 

There's no repentance in the grave, 
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With joy their Lord surrounding; 

No gloomy fears their souls dismay; 

His presence sheds eternal day 
On those prepared to meet Him. 



But sinners, filled with guilty fears, 
Behold His wrath prevailing ; 

For they shall rise, and find their tears 
And sighs are unavailing: 

The day of grace is past and gone ; 

Trembling they stand before the throne, 
All unprepared to meet Him. 



Great God, what do I see and hear ! 

The end of things created ! 
The Judge of mankind doth appear, 

On clouds of glory seated ! 
Beneath His cross I view the day 
^Yllen heaven and earth shall pass away, 
And thus prepare to meet Him. 

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So my soul, derived from God, 
Pants to view His glorious face 
Forward tends to His abode, 

To rest in His embrace. 

3 Fly me riches, fly me cares, 

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Strangers tarry but a night ; 
When the last dear morn is come. 
They'll rise to joyful light. 

4 Cease, ye pilgrims, cease to mourn, 
Press onward to the prize ; 
Soon our Saviour will return 
Triumphant in the skies : 
Yet a season, and 3*011 know 
Happy entrance will be given. 
All our sorrows left below, 

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Let right to wrong succeed ; 

Let penitential sorrow- 
To heavenly gladness lead ; 

To the light that hath no evening, 
That knows nor moon nor sun, 

The light so new and golden, 
The light that is but one. 

The home of fadeless splendor, 
Of flowers that fear no thorn, 

Where they shall dwell as children 
Who here as exiles mourn : 

'Midst power that knows no limit, 
And wisdom free from bound, 

The beatific vision 

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happy, holy portion, 

Refection for the blest, 
True vision of true beauty, 

Sweet cure of all distrest ! 
Strive, man, to win that glory, 

Toil, man, to gain that light ; 
Send hope before to grasp it, 

Till hope be lost in sight. 
sweet and blessed country, 

The home of God's elect ! 
sweet and blessed country 

That eager hearts expect ! 
Jesus, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest ; 
Who art, with God the Father, 

And Spirit, ever blest. 

Neale, 1851 



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They stand, those halls of Zion, 

All jubilant with song, 
And bright with many an angel, 

And all the martyr throng. 
The Prince is ever in them, 

The daylight is serene ; 
The pastures of the blessed 

Are decked in glorious sheen. 

There is the throne of David ; 

And there, from care released, 
The song of them that triumph, 

The shout of them that feast ; 
And they, who with their Leader 

Have conquered in the fight, 
Forever and forever 

Are clad in robes of white. 



mine, my golden Zion ! 

lovelier far than gold ! 
With laurel-girt battalions, 

And safe, victorious fold: 
sweet and blessed country, 

Shall I ever see thy face ? 
O sweet and blessed country, 

Shall I ever win thy grace ? 

Exult, dust and ashes, 

The Lord shall be thy part : 
His only and forever, 

Thou shalt be, and thou art. 
Exult, dust and ashes, 

The Lord shall be thy part : 
His only and forever, 

Thou shalt be, and thou art. 

Bernard of Tinny, c. 1145; Tr. Rev. John If. Neale, 1851 
Verse 1,11. 6, 8, Verse 2, 1. 2, alt. 
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Paradise of joy ! 
Where tears are ever banished, 

And smiles have no alloy ; 
With jaspers glow thy bulwarks, 

Thy streets with emeralds blaze, 
The sardius and the topaz 

Unite in thee their rays ; 
Thine ageless walls are bonded 

With amethyst unpriced ; 
The saints build up thy fabric, 

And the Corner-stone is Christ. 
The cross is all thy splendor, 

The Crucified thy praise ; 
J I is laud and benediction 

Thy ransomed people raise. 



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Thou hast no shore, fair ocean ! 

Thou hast no time, bright day ! 
Dear Fountain of refreshment 

To pilgrims far away ! 
Upon the Rock of Ages 

They raise thy holy tower ; 
Thine is the victor's laurel, 

And thine the golden dower. 
O sweet and blessed country, 

The home of God's elect ! 
sweet and blessed country 

That eager hearts expect ! 
Jesus, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest ; 
Who art, with God the Father, 

And Spirit, ever blest. 
of Cluuy.c. 1145; Tr. Rev. John M. Neale, 1861 



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2 happy retribution ! 

Short toil, eternal rest ; 
For mortals and for sinners 
A mansion with the blest. 

3 And now we fight the battle, 

But then shall wear the crown 
Of full and everlasting 
And passionless renown ; 

4 And now we watch and struggle, 

And now we live in hope, 
And Zion in her anguish 
With Babylon must cope ; 



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HOMELAND 7. 6. 7. 6. D. 



1 The Homeland ! the Homeland ! 

The land of souls freeborn ! 
No gloomy night is known there, 

But aye the fadeless morn : 
I'm sighing for that Country, 

My heart is aching here ; 
There is no pain in the Homeland 

To which I'm drawing near. 

2 My Lord is in the Homeland, 
With angels bright and fair ; 

Xo sinful thing nor evil, 
Can ever enter there ; 



5 But He, whom now we trust in, 

Shall then be seen and known ; 
And they that know and see Him 
Shall have Him for their own. 

6 The morning shall awaken, 

And shadows shall decay, 
And each true-hearted servant 
Shall shine as doth the day. 

7 Yes, God, my King and Portion, 

In fullness of His grace, 
We then shall see forever. 
And worship face to face. 
Bernard of Cluny, c. 1145 
Tr. Rev. John M. Neale, 1S51; Verse G, 1. 1, alt. 



The music of the ransomed 

Is ringing in my ears, 
And when I think of the Homeland, 

My eyes are wet with tears. 

3 For loved ones in the Homeland 
Are waiting me to come 
Where neither death nor sorrow 

Invade their holy home : 
dear, dear native Country 

rest and peace above ! 
Christ bring us all to the Homeland 
Of His eternal love. 
453 Rev. Hugh R. Haweis, 1856 



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The music of the gospel leads us home. — Ref. 

3 Far, far away, like bells at evening pealing, 

The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land and sea, 
And laden souls by thousands meekly stealing, 

Kind Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee. — Ref. 

4 Rest comes at length : though life be long and dreary, 

The day must dawn, and darksome night be past; 
Faith's journeys end in welcome to the weary, 

And heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last. — Ref. 

5 Angels, sing on! your faithful watches keeping; 

Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; 
■ Till morning's joy shall end the night of weeping, 

And life's long shadows break in cloudless love. — Ref. 

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4 Thy turrets and thy pinnacles 

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Upon whose banks on every side 

The wood of life doth grow. 

There trees for evermore bear fruit, 

And evermore do spring ; 
There evermore the angels sit, 

And evermore do sing. 

Jerusalem, my happy home, 
Would God I were in thee ! 

Would God my woes were at an end, 
Thy joys that I might see ! 

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Beyond the shining and the shading, 
Beyond the hoping and the dreading, | 

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Love, rest, and home ! Sweet home ! 

Lord, tarry not, but come. 

3 Beyond the rising and the setting | 

I shall be soon ; || 
Beyond the calming and the fretting, | 
Beyond remembering and forgetting, | 

I shall be soon. || 
Love, rest, and home ! Sweet home ! 

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| 4 Beyond the parting and the meeting | 

I shall be soon ; || 
| Beyond the farewell and the greeting, | 
Beyond the pulse's fever-beating, | 

I shall be soon. || 
Love, rest, and home ! Sweet home ! 
Lord, tarry not, but come. 

5 Beyond the frost-chain and the fever | 

I shall be soon ; || 
Beyond the rock-waste and the river, | 
Beyond the ever and the never, | 

I shall be soon. || 
Love, rest, and home ! Sweet home ! 

Lord, tarry not, but come. 
457 Rev. Hoiatius Bonar, 1857 



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And pearly gates behold ; [built walls 1 onward press to you. [scenes 

Thy bulwarks with salvation strong, 5 why should I shrink at pain or woe, 

And streets of shining gold? Or feel at death dismay? 

3 when, thou City of my God, I've Canaan's goodly land in view, 
Shall I thy courts ascend, And realms of endless day. 

Where congregations ne'er break up, 6 Jerusalem, my happy home, 

And Sabbaths have no end ? My soul still pants for thee ; 

4 There happier bowers than Eden's Then shall my labors have an end 
Nor sin nor sorrow know ; [bloom, When I thy joys shall see. 

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And face a frowning world. 

3 Let cares like a wild deluge come, 

And storms of sorrow fall ; 



May I but safely reach my home, 
My God, my heaven, my all : 
4 There shall I bathe my weary soul 
In seas of heavenly rest, 
And not a wave of trouble roll 
Across my peaceful breast. 
58 Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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Sweet fields, beyond the swelling flood, 

Stand dressed in living green ; 
So to the Jews old Canaan stood, 

While Jordan rolled between. 
But timorous mortals start and shrink, 

To cross this narrow sea ; 
And linger, shivering on the brink, 

And fear to launch away. 



3 ! could we make our doubts remove? 

Those gloomy doubts that rise, 
And see the Canaan that we love 

With unbeclouded eyes : 
Could we but climb where Moses stood, 

And view the landscape o'er, [flood, 
Not Jordan's stream, nor death's cold 

Should fright us from the shore. 
Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 

Rev. John B. Dykes, 1866 




I'd part with all the joys of sense, 
To gaze upon Thy throne : 

Pleasure springs fresh forever thence, 
Unspeakable, unknown. 

There all the heavenly hosts are seen; 
In shining ranks they move, 



And drink immortal vigor in, 
With wonder and with love. 

The more Thy glories strike my eyes, 

The humbler I shall lie ; 
Thus while I sink, my joys shall rise 

Immeasurably high. 

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1707 



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O'er it shines a nightless day ; Turns our sighing into song. 

Every trace of sin's sad story, 4 Soon we pass this desert dreary, 

All the curse, hath passed away. s on we bid farewell to pain ; 

3 There the Lamb, our Shepherd, leads Never more are sad or weary, 

By the streams of life along, — [us Never, never sin again ! 

Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1845 

702 TAPPAN CM. 

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And scatters night away. 



2 the transporting, rapturous scene, 4 

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Sweet fields arrayed in living green, 
And rivers of delight. 

3 There generous fruits, that never fail, 5 No chilling winds nor poisonous breath 

On trees immortal grow; [vales, Can reach that healthful shore; 

There rocks and hills, and brooks and Sickness and sorrow, pain and death, 
\Vith milk and honey flow. Are felt and feared no more. 



460 



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Upon the willows long 

My harp has silent hung ; 
How should I sing a cheerful song, 

Till Thou inspire my tongue ? 
My spirit homeward turns, 

And fain would thither flee; 
My heart, Zion, droops and yearns, 

When I remember thee. 



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( Or to Sienna, No. 185) 

4 To thee, to thee I press, 

A dark and toilsome road ; 
When shall I pass the wilderness, 

And reach the saints' abode ? 
God of my life, be near : 

On Thee my hopes I cast : 
0, guide me through the desert here, 

And bring me home at last. 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte, 1834 
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By sin and sorrow driven ; [shoals, And all serene in heaven. 

When tossed on life's tempestuous 4 There, fragrant flowers, immortal 

Where storms arise, and ocean rolls, bloom 

And all is drear but heaven. And joys supreme are given ; 

3 There, faith lifts up her cheerful eye, There, rays divine disperse the gloom : 

To brighter prospects given ; Beyond the confines of the tomb 

And views the tempest passing by, Appears the dawn of heaven. 

461 William B. Tappan, 1818 



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To feel, to see Him near ; 

Where loyal hearts, etc. 

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Where loyal hearts, etc. 

5 Paradise, Paradise, 

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Where loyal hearts, etc. 

6 Lord Jesus, King of Paradise, 

0, keep me in Thy love, 
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"What ringing of a thousand harps 

Bespeaks the triumph nigh ! 
O day, for which creation 

And all its tribes Ave re made ; 
O joy, for all its former woes 

A thousand-fold repaid ! 

3 0, then what raptured greetings 

On Canaan's happy shore ; 
What knitting severed friendships up, 
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Then eyes with joy shall sparkle 
That brimmed with tears of late ; 

Orphans no longer fatherless, 
Nor widows desolate. 

4 Bring near Thy great salvation, 

Thou Lamb for sinners slain ; 
Fill up the roll of Thine elect, 

Then take Thy power, and reign : 
Appear, Desire of nations, 

Thine exiles long for home : 
Show in the heav'ns Thy promised sign; 

Thou Prince and Saviour, come ! 
! Henry Alford, 1867 



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And have washed their robes in blood, 

Washed them in the blood of Jesus ; 

Tried they were, and firm they stood ; 
Mocked, imprisoned, stoned, tormented, 

Sawn asunder, slain with sword. 
They have conquered death and Satan 

By the might of Christ the Lord. 

3 Marching with Thy cross, their banner, 
They have triumphed, following 

Thee, the ( !aptain of salvation, 

Thee, their Saviour and their King. 

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Gladly, Lord, with Thee they died ; 

And by death to life immortal 
They were born and glorified. 

4 Now they reign in heavenly glory, 

Now they walk in golden light, 
Now they drink, as from a river, 

Holy bliss and infinite : 
Love and peace they taste forever, 

And all truth and knowledge see 
In the beatific vision 

Of the blessed Trinity. 

Bishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862 



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2 Ye saints who stand nearer than they, I'm fettered and chained up in clay, 
And cast your bright crowns at His feet, I struggle and pant to be free; 

His grace and His glory display, I long to be soaring away. 

And all His rich mercy repeat : My God and my Saviour to see. 

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When I shall unite in your song ? 

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the Lamb; 
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I want — ! I want to be there, 

A V here sorrow and sin bid adieu, 
Your joy and your friendship to share, 

To wonder and worship with you. 

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What are the peace and the joy that they own ? 

0, that the blest ones, who in it have share, 
All that they feel could as fully declare ! 

3 Truly Jerusalem name we that shore, 
Vision of peace, that brings joy evermore ; 
Wish and fulfilment can severed be ne'er, 

Nor the thing prayed for come short of the prayer. 

4 There, where no troubles distraction can bring, 
We the sweet anthems of Zion shall sing ; 
While for Thy grace, Lord, their voices of praise 
Thy blessed people eternally raise. 

5 There dawns no Sabbath, no Sabbath is o'er, 
Those Sabbath-keepers have one evermore ; 
One and unending is that triumph-song 
Which to the angels and us shall belong. 

6 Now, in the meanwhile, with hearts raised on high, 
We for that country must yearn and must sigh ; 
Seeking Jerusalem, dear native land, 

Through our long exile on Babylon's strand. 

7 Low before Him with our praises we fall, 

Of Whom, and in Whom, and through Whom are all ; 
Of Whom, the Father ; and in Whom, the Son; 
Through Whom, the Spirit, with Them ever One. 



466 



P. Abelard. 12th Cent. 
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0, none can tell thy capitals 

Of beautiful device : 
Thy loveliness oppresses 

All human thought and heart : 
And none, Peace, Zion, 

Can sing thee as thou art. 

3 Jerusalem, exulting 

On that securest shore, 
I hope thee, wish thee, sing thee, 
And love thee evermore ! 



sweet and blessed country, 
Shall I ever see thy face ? 

sweet and blessed country, 
Shall I ever win thy grace ? 

1 have the hope within me 

To comfort and to bless ! 
Shall I ever win the prize itself ? 

O tell me, tell me, yes ! 
Exult, dust and ashes ! 

The Lord shall be thy part ; 
His only, His forever, 

Thou shalt be, and thou art ! 



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Far beyond these clouds of sadness, 

Are the many mansions fair. 
Far from pain and sin and folly, 
In that palace of the holy, 

I would find my mansion there. 

3 Where the glory brightly dwelleth, 
Where the new song sweetly swelleth, 

And the discord never comes ; 
Where life's stream is ever laving, 
And the palm is ever waving, 

That must be the home of homes. 



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4 Where the Lamb on high is seated, 
By ten thousand voices greeted, 

Lord of lords, and King of kings. 
Son of Man, they crown, they crown Him ; 
Son of God, they own, they own Him ; 

With His Name the palace rings. 

5 Blessing, honor, without measure, 
Heavenly riches, earthly treasure, 

Lay we at His blessed feet ; 
Poor the praise that now we render, 
Loud shall be our voices yonder, 

When before His throne we meet. 
I8 Rev. Horatius Bonar, 1866 



1foea\>en 

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Heaven is my home ; 
Short is my pilgrimage, 

Heaven is my home : 
And time's wild wintry blast 
Soon shall be overpast ; 
I shall reach home at last, 

Heaven is my home. 

3 There, at niy Saviour's side, 

Heaven is my home ; 
I shall be glorified, 
Heaven is my home. 



There are the good and blest, 
Those I love most and best ; 
And there I too shall rest, 
Heaven is my home. 

Therefore I murmur not, 

Heaven is my home ; 
Wliate'er my earthly lot, 

Heaven is my home : 
And I shall surely stand 
'There at my Lord's right hand ; 
Heaven is my fatherland. 

Heaven is my home. 

Rev. Thomas R. Taylor, pub. 1836 



1bea\>en 

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Good angels know it well ; 
Glad songs that never cease 

Within its portals swell; 
Around its glorious throne 

Ten thousand saints adore 
Christ, with the Father One, 

And Spirit, evermore 

3 joy all joys beyond, 

To see the Lamb who died, 
And count each sacred wound 
In hands, and feet, and side ; 



To give to Him the praise 

Of every triumph won, 
And sing through endless days 

The great things He hath done ! 

4 Look up, ye saints of God, 
Nor fear to tread below 
The path your Saviour trod 

Of daily toil and woe : 
Wait but a little while 

In uncomplaining love, 
His own most gracious smile 
Shall welcome you above. 
470 Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1861 



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Told, in eloquence sincere, 

Tales of woe they could not speak. 
But these days of weeping o'er, 

Past this scene of toil and pain, 
They shall feel distress no more, 

Never, never weep again. 

3 'Mid the chorus of the skies, 

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Hark ! their songs melodious rise, 
Songs of praise to Jesus' love. 



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Happy spirits, ye are fled 

Where no grief can entrance find ; 
Lulled to rest, the aching head, 

Soothed, the anguish of the mind. 

All is tranquil and serene, 

Calm and undisturbed repose ; 
There no cloud can intervene, 

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Every tear is wiped away, 

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Night is lost in endless day, 

Sorrow, in eternal rest. 

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And thrice blessed Jesus, whose love cannot cease : 
Though oft from Thy presence in sadness I roam, 

I long to behold Thee, in glory, at home. 

3 I sigh from this body of sin to be free, 

Which hinders my joy and communion with Thee ; 
Though now my temptations like billows may foam, 
All, all, will be peace, when I'm with Thee at home. 

4 While here in the valley of conflict I stay, 

give me submission and strength as my day ; 
In all my afflictions, to Thee would I come, 
Rejoicing in hope of my glorious home. 

5 Whate'er Thou deniest, give me Thy grace, 
The Spirit's sure witness, and smiles of Thy face ; 
Inspire me with patience to wait at Thy throne, 
And find even now a sweet foretaste of home. 

6 I long, dearest Lord, in Thy beauties to shine, 
No more as an exile in sorrow to pine, 

And in Thy dear image, arise from the tomb, 
With glorified millions to praise Thee at home. 

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Give to the Father praise, 
Give glory to the Son, 

And to the Spirit of His grace 
Be equal honor done. 

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Sing we to our God above, 
Praise eternal as His love ; 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Rev. Charles Wesley, 1740 



To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
The God whom we adore, 

Be glory, as it was, is now, 
And shall be evermore. 

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Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; 
Praise Him, all creatures here below; 
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host : 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 
Bishop Thomas Ken, 1693 



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To God the Father, Son, 
And Spirit, Three in One, 

All praise be given : 
Crown Him in every song ; 
To Him your hearts belong, 
Let all His praise prolong 

On earth, in heaven. 

Rev. Edwin F. Hatfield, 1843 



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Praise the name of God most high, 
Praise Him, all below the sky, 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost ; 
As through countless ages past, 
Evermore His praise shall last. 

Anon., 1827 

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Glory be to God the Father, 

Glory be to God the Son, 
Glory be to God the Spirit, 

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8. 7. 8. 7. D. 

May the grace of Christ our Saviour, 

And the Father's boundless love, 
With the Holy Spirit's favor, 

Kest upon us from above. 
Thus may we abide in union 

With each other and the Lord, 
And possess, in sweet communion, 

Joys which earth cannot afford. 
Rev. John Newton, 1779 



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To God the Father's throne 

Perpetual honors raise ; 
Glory to God the Son ; 
To God the Spirit praise : 
And while our lips their tribute bring, 
Our faith adores the name we sing. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 1709 



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With Christ and the Spirit, one God 

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As was, and is now, and shall ever be given. 

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1\1 JUBILATE DEO 



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1 be joyful in the Zor</ | all ye | lands : || serve the Lord with gladness, and 

come before His | presence | with a | song. 

2 l>e ye sure that the Lord | He is | God: || it is He that hath made us, and not 

we ourselves ; we are His people and the | sheep of | His — | pasture. 

3 go your way into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His j courts with | 

praise : || be thankful unto Him and | speak good | of His | name. 

4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy is | ever- | lasting and His truth endur- 

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of | our sal- | vation. 

2 Let us come before His /presence with | thanks | giving || And show our- 

selves | glad in | Him with | psalms. 

3 For the Lord is a | great — | God || And a great | King a- | bove all | gods. 

4 In His hand are all the co?*ners | of the | earth || And the strength of the | hills 

is | His — | also. 

5 The sea is His | and He | made it || And His hands pre- | pared ■ the | dry — | 

land. 

6 come, let us worship and | fall — | down || And kneel be- | fore the | Lord 

our | Maker. 

7 For He is the j Lord our | God || And we are the people of His pasture, and 

the | sheep of | His — | hand. 

8 worship the Lord in the | beauty • of | holiness || Let the whole earth | stand 

in | awe of | Him. 

p^ 9 For He cometh, for He cometh. to | judge the | earth || And with righteous- 
ness to judge the world and the | peo-ple | with His | truth. 

Glory be to the i*ather | and • to the | Son || and \ to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be || world without | end — | 
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2 And hath raised np a mighty sal- | va-tion | for us || in the house | of His | ser- 

vant | David ; 

3 As He spake by the mouth of His | ho-ly | Prophets || which have been \ since 

the | world be- | gan ; 

4 That we should be saved | from our | enemies || and from the hand of | all that | 

hate — | us ; 

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8 In holiness and rifjhteous- | ness be- | fore Him || all the | days of | our->-( 

life. 

9 And thou Child, shalt be called the Prophet | of the | Highest || for thou shalt 

go before the face of the Lord | to pre- | pare His | ways; 

10 To give knowledge of salvation | unto • His | people || for the re- | mis-sion | 

of their | sins, 

11 Through the tender mercy | of our | God || whereby the day-spring from on | 

high hath | visit- • ed | us ; 

12 To give light to them that sit in darkness, and in the | shadow • of | death || 

and to guide our feet | into • the | way of | peace. 
Glory be to the father | and • to the | Son || and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be || irorld without | end. — J 

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2 For mine | eyes have | seen || Thy j — sal- | va | tion, 

3 Which Thou | hast pre- | pared || before the | face of | all — | people ; 

4 To be a light to | lighten • the | Gentiles || and to be the glory of Thy ] peo-ple | 

Is-ra- | el. 
Glory be to the father | and • to the | Son || and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be || world without | end — | 

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3 If Thou, Lord shouldst | mark in- | iquities, || | Lord, who | — shall | 

stand ? 

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fear — | ed. 

5 I wait for the Lord my | soul doth | wait, || and in His | word — | do I | hope. 

6 My soul waiteth for the Lord more than they that watch | for the | morn- 

ing ; || I say, more than they that | watch — | for the | morning. 

7 Let Israel hope in the Lord, for with the Lord \ there is | mercy, || and with | 

Him is | plenteous ■ re- | demption. 

8 And he shall redeem \ Isra- | el \\from \ all — | his in- | iquities. 
Glory be to the father | and • to the | Son || and \ to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be || world without | end. — | 
A | men. 

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2 For He | hath re | garded || the lowli | ness of | His hand | maiden. 

3 For be | hold from | henceforth || all gener | ations • shall | call me blessed. 

4 For He that is mighty hath | magni • fled | me || and | holy j is His Name. 

5 And His mercy is on | them that | fear Him || through | out all | gener- 1 ations. 

6 He hath showed strength | with His | arm || He hath scattered the proud in 

the imagin | ation | of their | hearts. 

7 He hath put down the mighty \ from their | seat || and hath ex | alted • the | 

humble • and | meek. 

8 He hath filled the hungry with | good • = | things || and the rich He | hath 

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3 The Lord declared | His sal- | vation|| His righteousness hath He openly showed 

in the | sight — | of the | heathen. 

4 He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the | house of | Israel || And 

all the ends of the world have seen the sal- | va-tion | of our | God. 

5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord | all ye | lands || Sing re- | joice and | 

give — | thanks. 

6 Praise the Lord up- | on the | harp || Sing to the harp with a | psalm of ] 

thanks | giving. 

7 With. £?*wrapets | also • and | shawms || show yourselves joyful be- | fore the | 

Lord the | King. 

8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that | there-in | is || The round world and | 

they that | dwell there- | in. 

9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful togethe?* be- | fore 

the | Lord || For He | cometh • to | judge the | earth. 
10 With righteousness shall He | judge the | world || And the | peo-ple | with — | 

equity. 
Glory be to the Father | and • to the | Son || and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be || world without [ end — | 

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2 That Thy way may be | known up-on | earth : || Thy saving | health a- | mong 

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3 Let the people praise | Thee, | God: || Yea, let | all the | peo-ple | praiseThee. 

4 let the nations rejoice | and be | glad : || For Thou shalt judge the folk right- 

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5 Let the people praise | Thee, | God : || Let | all the | peo-ple | praise Thee. 

6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase: || And God, even our own God, 

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BONUM EST CONFITERI 



Richard Langdon, 1774 




1 It is a good thing to give thanks | unto • the | Lord, || and to sing praises ?*/*to 

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2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early | in the | morning ; || and of Thy | truth • 

in the | night — | season; 

3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and up- | on the | lute; || upon a loud 

///strument | and up- | on the | harp. 

4 For thou Lord hast made me glad | through thy | works ; || and I will rejoice 

in giving praise for the open- | ations | of thy | hands. 
Glory be to the father | and • to the | Son || and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er | shall be | world without | end — | 

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3 Who loiy/reth | all thy | sin || And Iiealeth. | all — | thine in- | firmities ; 

4 Who saveth thy life | from de- | struction || And crowneth thee with | mercy . 

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5 praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that ex- | eel in | strength || Ye that 

fulfill His commandment, and hearkera unto the | voice — | of His | word. 

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but with the unleavened bread of sin | ceri | ty and | truth. 

3 Christ being raised from the dead | dieth • no | more || death hath no more 

do | minion | over | Him. 

4 For in that He died, He died, unto | sin • = | once || but in that He liveth 

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that | slept. 

7 For since by | man came | death || by man came also the resuc | rection | of 

the | dead. 

8 For as in ^4dam | all • = | die || even so in Christ shall | all be | made a | live. 
Glory be to the Tether | and • to the | Son || and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er | shall be || world without | 
end • = I A • = I men. 



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1 The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to ever/asking upon | them that | 

fear Him || and His W^/2£eousness | unto | children's | children. 

2 To such as | keep His | covenant || and to those that remember His com j 

mand — | ments to | do them. 

3 He shall feed his flock | like a | shepherd || He shall gather the lambs with 

His arm and | carry • them | in His | bosom. 

4 Suffer little children to come unto Me and for | bid them | not || for of | such • 

is the I kingdom • of I heaven. 



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5 Then will I sprinkle clean | water • up | on you || and | ye shall | be — | 

clean : 

6 A new heart also | will I | give you || and a new spirit | will I | put with | 

in you, 

7 And I will take away the stony heart | out of • your | flesh || and /will | give • 

you a | heart of | flesh. 

8 I will pour my Spirit up | on thy | seed || and My | blessing • up | on thine | 

offspring : 

9 And they shall spring up as a | mong the | grass || as willows \ by the 

water | courses. 
10 For the promise is unto you and | to your | children || and to all that are afar 

off, even as many as the | Lord our | God shall | call. 
Glory be to the father | and • to the | Son || and \ to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; 
As it was in the beginning, is noiu, and | ev-er | shall be || world without 

end — | A | men. 

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GENESIS. 

(II. YIK. HYMNS 

1 : 1 97, 100, 10G, 514 

1 : 3 30,82,208,218 

2: 3 57—69 

•_': 24 608, 63G 

3: 15.... 118, 119,145, 154 
3: 19.... 601,603, 667, 678 

4: 4 24.1— 252 

5: 24.... 320, 403, 408,414 

6: 3 257, 265, 269, 270 

7: 1 277,341,533, 542 

9: 16.... Ill, 325,329,541 

16: 13 42,96, 109,685 

17 : 7 329. 541— 545 

18: 25 89, 92, 112,209 

19: 17 208—279 

22: 14 89, 105,430,434 

2*4: 81.... 263, 441, 608, 611 
27: 5s.... 409, 412,432,579 

28: 17 19,42,408,531 

31 : 49 22,26,345, 608 

32: 26 457—469 

42: 36 415—435 

47: 8 631,663,606,667 

49: 10.... 592, 593, 594, 599 
50 : 20 92, 112, 407, 418 

EXODUS. 

3: 5 2,108,418,570 

8 : 10. . . .209, 270, 664, 668 
12: 27... 145, 152, 153, 156 
13: 21.... 333, 415, 419, 529 
16: 15.... 358, 455, 529,564 

17: 11 457—4(19 

18: 21 558—561 

20: 8 57—69 

25: 17.... 458, 461,406, 468 

28: 29 171—178 

32: 26. .. .310, 474, 477, 488 
33: 14.... 333, 340, 358, 404 
36: 5 154,319, 495,575 

LEVITICUS. 

1 : 4 245 — 252 

10: 3 108,322,411,472 

14: 7 246,251, 303, L49 

10: 21.... 145, 156, 246,299 
25 : 10. . . .234, 253, 200, 599 

NUMBERS. 

5: 7 281,282, 288,292 

0: 26. .. .891, 392, 393, 619 

Hi: 29.... 263, 441,010. 612 

10: 5 241,408,411. Ill 

16: is 171—178 

20: 8 249,333, 35*. 529 

21 : x 254,290, 312.357 

23: 23... .341, 629, 538,539 
35: 16... .331, 836, 341,530 

DEUTERONOMY. 

3: 25.... 691. 698, 099, 702 

4: 7 529, 617,619, 633 

7 : 9 111. 120,541, 633 

9: 5 211. 213. 311,312 

30: 19.... 221, 271, 275. 310 



CH. YER. HYMN'S 

31 : 6 478,480,489,490 

32: 11.... 326, 331, 344,505 
33: 25.... 325, 423,437, 040 

33: 27.... 320, 330, 338, 341 
34: 1 099,700,702,715 

JOSHUA. 

1 : 9 477,478,479,480 

3: 5 319,321,400,411 

7: 8 474,475,480,490 

13: 1 498,501,593,597 

23: 14.... Ill, 325, 330, 350 
24: 15.... 241, 297, 302, 310 

JUDGES. 

5: 23.... 474, 477, 490, 491 
8: 4 489,493,504,508 



RUTH. 

..302,310,441,446 

..320, 331, 339,341 
..221,390,449,704 



10. 
12. 



I. SAMUEL. 

3: 9 73,441,499,560 

3: 18.... 429, 430,434,435 
7: 12.... 511, 518, 519, 633 

14: 477,483,491,530 

10: 7 90, 109,218,406 

17: 47.... 477, 483,490, 491 

20: 3 656—668 

30: 6 325,331,330,350 



II. SAMUEL. 

23.... 631, 638, 653, 671 
14.... 156, 228, 243, 247 

31 70—80 

14 94,95,293,661 



6: 7.. 
18: 21. 



I. KINGS. 



.529,531,568,572 
.269,270,277,310 



II. KINGS. 



7 
2.", 


: 4 253, 203. 272. 293 

: 3 3is, 443, 626, 648 




I. CHRONICLES. 


10: 
18: 
29 
2!): 

29 : 


: 29 86,88,524,575 

: 13.... 325, 320, 336,341 
: 5 318, 319, 441, 443 

11 573—576 

16.. ..631, 032. 002, 712 




II. CHRONICLES. 



7: 14. .. .288, 467, 625, 020 

10: 9 .10, 90, loo, 336 

30: is.... 547, 554, 555,556 

EZRA. 

9: 6 2*2, 292, 626, 020 



NEHEMIAH. 

CH. YER. HYMNS 

4: 6 493 — 502 

4: 17 474 — 491 

8: 10 383 — 389 



4: 16. 
6: 1.. 



ESTHER. 

. ..286, 291, 292, 293 
35,92, 112,494 



1 : 
3: 
5: 
9: 

11 : 
13 : 
14: 
19: 
22 : 
23: 
34 : 
40: 



JOB. 

21.... 418, 429, 
17.... 009, 072, 

6 422.427. 

33.... 156, 245, 

7 91,92, 

15.... 343, 357, 
14.... 159, 675, 
2:..... 175, 182, 
21.... 39 1,393, 

3 404,412, 

21.... 90, 103, 
4. . . 280, 282, 



430, 434 
678, 679 
428, 433 
246, 247 
112, 416 
358, 360 
680, 681 
680, 681 
417,445 
458, 459 
109, 418 
288, 292 



PSALMS. 

(See Index of Psalms.) 

1: 1... 315, 389,441,442 

3: 5 31,33,34,45 

4: 8 38—56 

14: 3... 222, 223, 224, 225 

16: 6... 103, 315, 338, 426 

17 : 15 ..451, 680, 681, 700 

19 : 1. ..77, 100, 229,230 

23: 1..330, 334,342,509 

23 : 4. . 348, 350, 357, 358 

24: 7 162—166 

26: 8 7,19,448,540 

27: 4.... 12, 606, 610, 700 

30: 7... 325, 326, 484, 505 

31 : 15... 343, 420. 430. 484 

32: 8.. 333, 345, 340,419 

34 : 8. . 105, 106, 107, 620 

36: 5 94,95,98,111 

37: 5... 353, 357, 361,430 

39: 9 415—435 

41: 1 573—576 

42: 1...19, 401, 455. 700 

46: 1...336, 341,368, 536 

48: 9.... 31, 190, 44*. 451 

51 : 10... 214. 224.403,582 

55: 22.. .356, 361, 409. 505 

56: 12... 318, 31!), 441,440 

60: 4... 478, 486, 629, 688 

66 : 2 457—409 

66: 18.. .319, 321. 322.414 

ox : 18.. .162, 104. 165, 100 

71 : 9... 326, 508, 037,639 

72 : 8 592 596 

73: 25... 374, 375, 377.441 

XI : 10 .12. 14. 10. 19 

85: 10... 120. 237. 213. 217 

X7: 3... 529. 531,535, 606 

90: 1 90,91,420.000 

91 : 1... 330. 531, 350.341 

97 : 1 9,93, 101. 102 

100: 1 2.3.4.0 

102: 15 577-583 



CH. 

105 
107: 
110 
112 
116 
119 
119 
121 
122 
125 
126 
133 
137 
139 
114 
150 



YER. 

13.. 150, 308, 
31 

4... 134, 172. 

6... 609, 670, 
12.. 190,511, 

9 70,; 

176.. 287. 382, 

4 40,42, 



....10, 19 
. .338, 530 
..358, 495 
. .607, 608 
. .454, 531 
...96, 109 
12. ..420, 542 
1 2,514 



23 



HYMNS 
524, 661 

510—528 
174. 175 
075. 070 
518, 519 

'1. 73,70 
403, 414 
326, 341 
606, 610 
538, 539 
500, 704 
611,612 
539,606 
218, 414 
545. 545 
515, 522 



PROVERBS. 



24. 



3: 13. 
4: 

4 



lx. 

23, 

8: 17. 

11 : 30. 

18 : 24. 

28: 13. 



..233,257. '272. 

.'.233,' 31 0,389, 
..406,408,411, 
...76,392. 403. 
..269,648, 650, 
. .495, 497, 499, 
..306,374,375, 
..282,285,288, 



275 
576 

442 
414 
472 

052 
501 
5xx 
292 



ECCLESIASTES. 



10. 

1. 



..493,495,497,501 
..494,490,498,500 
5.... 495, 499, 503,574 

»..472, 683, 685, 686 
1.... 332, 647,648,652 

CANTICLES. 



4. 

10. 
10. 
10. 



..448,466,665,668 
..376,377,383,334 

..577,579.5X2. 5X3 
. . 129, 130, 375, 451 



ISAIAH. 



1 : 


18.. 


..251,286,296,299 


2 : 


2.. 


584—605 


3: 


10.. 


.515.521;, 330, 389 


6: 


3.. 


....86,88,108,112 


7: 
9 ■ 


'3} 

11.. 


125. 127, 128, 132 


21 : 


5X5.5X7,590,599 


20 : 


3.. 


.366, 5X8,391,393 


28 : 


10.. 


.354,529,631,678 


55 : 


10.. 


234,385,460,601 


40: 


11.. 


..332,543,647,688 


41 : 


10.. 


.525,520,341,359 


43: 


2. . 


.325.421.433,482 


15 : 


22... 


.246,355,357,365 


49: 


15... 


.360,367,373,378 


52 : 


1... 


.587,591,592,596 


55 : 


4... 


.115. 150. 151,158 


51 : 


10 


.326,505,506,637 


55 : 


1... 


.253,261,266,292 


01 : 


10... 


.247,249,311,312 


05 : 


1. . . 


.130, 165,180,182 


00 : 


2... 


.281,289.291,293 


00 : 


8... 


.587, 592, 59J, 603 



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JEREMIAH. 



CH. VER. HYMNS 

3 : 4.... 333, 340, 344,358 

3: 2-2.... 259, 287,291,382 

8: 20.... 270, 273 ,27:.. 27!) 

17: 9.... 280, 287,305,484 

23: 6. ...247, 249,307,311 

31: 3.... 190, 241,373,448 

LAMENTATIONS. 

1 : 4 577—583 

3: 23 31,36.98, 190 

3: 2G....365, 392, 402,423 



CH. VER. II , i MNS 

12: 10... 142, 289, 290, 292 

13: 1 245,24(1. 249,251 

14: 20.... 319, 400,408, 411 



EZEKIEL. 

19.... 214, 303,403,582 

31 257, 269,270,272 

11. . ..273, 274,275,276 

26 577—583 

37 457—469 



DANIEL. 

2: 44.... 531, 539,594,601 

12: 2 680, 683, 684, 6S6 

12: 3.... 495, 498, 499,560 

HOSEA. 



6: 

11 : 
13 : 

14: 


3. 
8.. 
14.. 
1.. 


...355,350,358,446 
..367,373,375,505 
..175,675,680,681 
..259,286,287,291 

JOEL. 


2: 
3: 


12.. 
14.. 


..281,282,284,302 
..274,277,293,310 

AMOS. 


3: 
4; 


3.. 
12.. 


..607,608,611,612 
..305,684,685,686 



JONAH. 

2: 9 235,237,528,617 

3: 10.... 272, 277, 281, 291 

MICAH. 

2: 7.... 213, 537, 582, 583 
2: 10... 221, 631, 701, 704 
6: 6 246,289,303,312 

NAHUM. 

1: 3 98, 240,263,272 

1 : 15.... 558, 561,590, 595 

HABAKKUK. 

2 : 4.... 311, 312, 313,314 
2: 14... 592, 594, 599, 603 

3 : 2 ... .577, 580, 582, 583 
3: 17... 361, 385, 424, 426 

ZEPHANIAH. 
3: 17 ...323,373,529,538 

HAGGAI. 

1 : 5 73,233,268,472 

2: 7 ....118, 119, 124,402 

ZECHARIAH. 

1 : 5 ....631, 632, 663,664 
4: 6 ....213,214,537,582 

4: 10 35,494,495,497 

9: 12.... 224, 249, 326, 336 



MALACHI. 

2 182, 183, 682, 686 

10.. . .573, 574, 575, 576 
16... 607, 608,611,612 
2 30,32,46,218 



MATTHEW. 

1 : 21.... 119, 127, 196,377 
2: 9 ....114, 116, 122, 125 
3: 11 ...213,303,537,582 

4: 1 138, 139,345,491 

4: 19.... 135, 441,443, 560 
5: 3 281,289,293,296 

5 : 4 . . . .291, 407, 427, 428 
5: 6.... 401, 406,411,455 
5: 8.... 315, 321, 404, 406 
5: 16... 319, 322, 443, 472 

6: 9 85, 103, 344,418 

6: 10.... 435, 592, 601, 605 

6 : 13 . . . 138, 139, 345, 484 
6: 25.... 361, 364, 385,390 
6: 33... 226, 227,233,274 

7: 7 460,461,464,467 

7: 12.... 496, 574, 607,612 
7: 24.... 249, 311,325, 354 
8: 3.... 223, 224,225,308 
9: 38... 501, 559, 562, 580 

10: 32... 436, 438,439,441 
10: 42... 494, 496, 497, 574 
11: 25... 240, 241,243, 244 
11: 28. .221,253,255,267 
14: 27... 421, 424,426,433 
16 : 18 . . .529, 531, 539, 572 
16 : 24 . . . 142, 440, 446, 488 
16: 26... 226, 227, 274, 472 
18: 20... 448, 453, 464, 570 
19 : 14... 541, 542,543, 653 

21 : 9 14, 195, 196, 199 

22: 9.... 254, 256, 261,266 

24: 27 179—186 

25: 32 682—687 

25: 40.... 494, 496, 573,574 
26: 26... 546, 547, 548, 552 
26: 41.... 147, 151,470,473 
27: 35.... 148, 149, 150,152 
28: 6.... 158, 159,160, 168 
28: 19.... 542, 559, 561,563 



MARK. 



39.... 348, 
34... 308, 
34. . . 138, 
24.... 348, 
14... 542, 
24.... 460, 
10.... 354, 
37... 470, 
36 . . . 147, 
25.... 148, 
15.... 561, 



393, 542, 543 
332, 573, 574 
142,441,446 
349, 350, 357 
543, 650, 652 
461 , 466, 467 
529, 531. 572 
471,473,484 
151, 430, 435 
149, 153, 156 
595, 602, 606 



LUKE. 



13. 
29.. 
49.. 
19.. 



.115, 
.656, 

.226, 

.228, 



47.... 306, 
26.... 436, 

2 501, 

20.... 688, 
42.... 226, 
13.... 204, 
43.... 493, 
22.... 256, 

2 239, 

10.... 235, 
18.... 292, 



117, 121, 122 
665, 674, 677 

233, 648, 650 

234, 235, 236 
308, 309, 315 
439,441,446 
559, 563, 580 
690, 698, 709 
227, 302, 388 
213, 214, 218 
494, 496, 497 
257,261,2 6 
253, 284, 295 
240, 308, 615 
296, 297, 315 



CH. 

17: 

18: 
18: 
18: 
18: 
19: 
19: 
22: 
22 : 
23: 
23: 
24: 
24: 
24: 



VER. 

5 350,351, 

1 401, 462, 

13.. ..281, 286, 

.420,541, 

.228, 262, 
.119, 131, 
.271. 284, 
.138, 145, 
.286, 287, 
.172, 173, 
.251, 286, 

29 42,46 

40.... 142, 441 
51. ...161, 163 

JOHN. 



16.., 
37... 
10... 
41... 
44... 
61 .. 
34... 
42... 



in m\> 
353, 357 

467, 469 
288, 292 
650, 653 

577, 579 
151.212 
295. 308 
147, 151 
: ■:;. i 9 
174, 176 
295, OKI 
, 47, 4 IS 
440, 446 
165, 166 



1: 1 78,82,84,91 

1: 13.... 303, 304, 315, 316 

1: 14 78, 118, 119, 123 

1 : 29.... 202, 245, 246, 248 
1: 41.... 239, 306, 307, 499 

3: 3 223,224,303,305 

3: 14.... 246, 248, 290, 357 

3: 16 35, 150,222,240 

4: 10.... 228, 255, 266, 297 
4: 35.... 495, 497, 501, 559 

5: 39 70,71,72,78 

6 : 35.. . .553, 554, 556, 557 
6: 37.... 257, 262, 266, 297 
7: 46.... 136, 297, 396, 499 
8: 32.... 137, 214, 224, 234 

9: 4 496,497,501,667 

9: 25 32,244,300,307 

10: 11.... 330, 332, 334,509 
10: 28.... 244, 325, 505,538 
11: 25.... 169, 175,680,681 
11: 35.... 172, 284, 424, 661 
12: 21. ...448, 451, 453, 665 
12: 32.... 142, 145, 152,153 

13: 1 150, 167,325,373 

13: 7 92,419,423,428 

13: 34.... 573, 607, 608,612 

14: 2 697,698, 703, 715 

14: 6 137,138,352,421 

14: 16.... 206, 210, 213,216 
14: 27.... 366, 391,392, 393 

15: 4 42,397,449,450 

15: 13.... 142, 148, 150,222 
15: 16.... 241, 243, 351, 370 

16: 8 210,214,215,216 

16: 24.... 460, 461, 464,466 

17: 9 172, 173, 174, 176 

18: 36.... 593, 597, 604. 605 

19: 2 162, 163, 195, 199 

19: 34.... 142, 149,249,251 
20: 29.... 349, 362, 389, 451 
21 : 17.... 372, 377, 378, 380 



1: 11.. 

2:4... 

2: 37.. 

2: 39.. 

3: 1... 

4: 12.. 

4 : 32. . 

5: 41.. 

7: 55.. 
11: 21.. 
13: 2... 
13: 39.. 
13: 48.. 
14: 22.. 
15: 1... 
16: 9... 
16: 31.. 
17: 31.. 
20: 28.. 
20 : 38. . 
24: 25.. 
26: 28.. 



ACTS. 

.205, 210, 
. 180, 183, 
.204, 213, 
.280, 289, 
.541, 542, 
.458, 461, 
.246, 249. 
.573, 607, 
.436,438, 
.665, 67(1, 
.495, 501, 
.559, 561, 
.311, 312, 
.112, 241. 
.385,422. 
.303, 305, 
.586, 589, 
.297,349, 
.682, 684, 
.559,560, 
...22,26, 
.257. 263, 
.258,263, 



322, 537 
185, 186 
214, 219 
290, 292 
543, 544 
462, 466 
302, 312 
608, 612 
439, 489 
672, 676 
577, 583 
563, 565 
314, 354 
243, 370 
4.;;;, 475 
312, 354 
590, 602 
356, 357 
685, 686 
561.564 
608, 612 
272, 276 
270, 273 



ROMANS. 

CH. ^ I Et. 

1 : 16. ...22*. 22:i. 

1 : 20 74, 100, 

2: 6 ....683, 684, 
:•>: 19.... 224, 238, 
3: 28.... 299, 311, 

5: 1 298,312, 

5: 2(i.... 21o. 21;;. 
6: 11. ...280, 285, 
6: 23.. ..221, 222. 
7: 24.... 221. 28 I, 
8: 14.... 304, 315, 
8: 18.... 407, 422, 

8: 28 92, 361, 

8: 30.... 112, 241, 
8: 35.... 307, 326, 
9: 20.... 112, 241, 

10: 4 246,247, 

10: 10.... 307, 436, 
10: 15.... 558, 561, 

11: 33 92, 107, 

12: 1 318,319, 

12: 5 298 452, 

12: 15.... 573, 574, 

13: 11 42,56, 

14: 7 574,576, 

14: 8 318,670, 

14: 10.... 682, 684, 
15: 11 3,6, 



HYMNS 
136, 139 

229, 230 

314, 354 
314, 315 
244, 2:»2 
313, 376 
275, 351 

282, 298 

316, 504 

427, 428 
431, 434 
325, 505 
367, 452 
376,416 
249, 354 

590, 595 
112,416 
399, 44:; 
608, 615 

608, 612 
369, 660 
608, 612 
672, 676 
686, 687 
514,515 



I. CORINTHIANS. 

1 : 23.... 128, 141, 142,145 
1 : 31.... 143, 376, 386,446 

2: 2 142, 143,247,252 

2: 14.... 214, 215, 218, 224 

3: 6 537,577,579,582 

3: 11. ...249, 354, 531,572 

4: 2 319,411,472.575 

5: 7 145, 156, 245,246 

6: 20.... 142, 154, 318,472 
9: 26.... 470, 475, 482. 493 
10: 12.... 287, 473, 481,484 

10: 31 35,318,319,472 

11: 24.... 546, 547, 556, 557 
12: 13.... 452, 60S, 611,615 

13: 1 381,608, 611, 612 

13: 12 92, 358, 419. 4.5 1 

15: 10.... 243, 244, 370, 376 
15: 20.... 159, 168, 169,681 
15: 55.... 675, 678, 680, 681 
16: 13.... 473, 483, 486, 488 

II. CORINTHIANS. 

1: 20.... Ill, 325, 331,353 

3: 2 138,319, 322.411 

4: 17.... 407, 422. 427,428 

5: 1 656, 697,701,715 

5: 7 350,355,357,364 

5: 10.... 682, 684, 685, 686 
5: 21.... 150, 152, 154, 166 

6: 2 269,270, 271.277 

9: 15.... 197, 202. 518,519 
10: 17.... 143, 376, 386,446 

12: 9 243. 241. 307, 325 

13: 11 22. 26. 607, 608 

13: 14 20.27.86. 88 

GALATIANS. 

2: 20 ...142, 152.440, 446 
3: 24... 238, 311,312. 314 
4: 6 ... 204, 304,315,316 
5: 6 ....303, 305, 348, 354 

6: 2 ....:>7.",. 574. 608.612 

6:9... .495. 497. 1 

6: 14 ...142, 143, 15(1. 217 

EPHESIANS. 

1 : 5 ...112. 241.315,370 
1 : 13 ...210, 217,304,511 
2: 1 ....223, 224,303,305 



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CH. \ i:k 
2: 8 . 
2 : 20 
4: 11 
4 : 30 



i;j 



HYMNS 

.243,244,351,370 
.354,529,531, 572 
.659, 563, 564, 566 
.210, 217,304,511 
. 142, 222, (30(5, 63G 
.479, 480, 485, 486 



II. THESSALONIANS. 

CH. VER. HYMNS 

1: 7 180, 182, 186,687 

3: 13 493, 41)5, 500,508 



PHILIPPIANS. 

1 : G 244,323,326,504 

1 : 21 656, 669, 672, 700 

1 : 23 674, 691, 702, 708 

1 : 27 322. 403, 414. 442 

1 : 29 438,440,441,446 

2: 5 135, 138,406,411 

2 : 10 ... . 163, 195, 196. 594 

3: 7 438,439,440,446 

3: 14 406,493,502,508 

3: 20 690,698,711,715 

4: 4 179,369,384,389 

4: 6 356,361,385,518 

4: 7 366,390,391,393 

4: 11 385,392,394,429 



3: 16. 
6: 12. 



I. TIMOTHY. 

222, 251,286, 309 

13, 133,513,517 

134, 137, 156, 174 

. 127, 128, 132, 157 
.470, 475, 480, 490 



II. TIMOTHY. 

2 175, 306, 439, 505 

5 438,478,488,491 

3 74,75.78,80 

472, 475, 478, 490 

J 326,338,341,505 



TITUS. 



4 

4 


19 341,342,343,366 

20 187,196,516,517 

COLOSSIANS. 


o 
2 

3: 
3. 


12. 
13. 
5.. 

8.. 


...319,322,400,406 
....179, 180, 182, 185 
....243,244,307, 376 
....322,411,414,496 


! 

2 
3 

3' 
4: 

4 


20.. 
6... 
1... 
11.. 

2... 
17.. 


. . 152, 156, 245, 247 
..318,319,322,414 
..399,408,688,700 
. . 130, 196, 307, 377 
. .461, 467, 470, 617 
..472,494,500,560 


1: 
2: 

2: 


3.. 
3.. 

10. 

is. 


HEBREWS. 

...129, 130, 195, 196 
...270, 271,273,275 
. . . 139, 143, 422, 427 
. . . 138, 171, 172, 345 



I. THESSALONIANS. 

1 : 4 112,241,244,370 

2: 12 322,406,411,414 

4: 14 656,669,672, 676 

5: 18 518,524,528,617 

5: 19 207,257,273,276 

5: 23 214,319,323,411 



3: 15 257, 271, 276, 668 

4: 9 57,221,701,704 

4: 12 71,75,78,280 

4: 13 96, 109,507,686 

4: 15 172, 173,174,176 

6: 11 480,483,505,508 

7: 25 172, 174, 175,253 

9: 14 245,246,247,251 

9: 27 677,682,684,686 



CH. VF.R. HYMNS 

Id: 20.... 137, 156, 178,458 

10: 25 1. lo. 44s. 454 

11 : 1 348, 350, 351, 357 

11 : 14.... Gilo. 691, 693, 705 

11 : 25.... 439, 441,444. 44G 

12: 1 478,482,488,493 

12: 2 355, 362, 363*508 

12: G 372,418, 427,433 

12 : 22... .232, 615, 075. 677 

13 : 5 325, 326, 505, 508 

13: 13.... 143, 439, 440, 44G 

JAMES. 

1: 2 407,422,427,428 

1 : 17.... 518, 617, 620, 641 

4: 7 470,479,483,490 

4: 8 404,406,408,414 

4: 14.... 663, 664, 666, 6G8 

5: 8 180, 182,364,425 

5: 13.... 506, 511,512, 523 

5: 20.... 498, 499, 501, 5G0 



I. PETER 

1 : 8 377,383, 

1 : 12.... 116, 121, 
1: 19.... 145, 196, 

2: 7 130,377, 

2: 21.... 138, 139, 
2: 25.... 250, 330, 

3: 7 322,459, 

3: 18.... 142, 150, 
4: 18.... 472, 503, 

5: 4 440,482, 

5: 7 352,356, 

5: 8 470,479, 



388, 451 
122, 284 
245, 246 
383, 531 
154,446 
332, 382 
606,636 
152, 457 
684,686 
493, 498 
361,505 
480, 484 



II. PETER. 

5 400. 406,411,502 

10.... 241, 370, 481,698 
21 74,75,78,208 



< II. VF.R. HYMNS 

3: 10.... 180. 471. 682, 686 
3: 11.... 472, 664, GG7. 685 
3 : 13.... 185, 689,690, 705 

3: 18.... 323, 406, 411.414 







I. JOHN. 


1 


7.. 


..245. 246,249.251 


1 


9.. 


..285, 28G, 291, 292 


2 


1.. 


..173, 175, 178, 295 


2: 


15. 


..441, 444. 446, 417 


3 


1.. 


..304,315,316,504 


3 


14. 


...607,608,612, 615 


4: 


19. 


..241,324,372,377 


[>: 


7.. 


83,86,87,88 



JUDE. 

1 : 24.... 325, 326, 338, 341 

REVELATION. 

1: 10 59,63,64, G7 

2: 10.... 472, 482, 488, 493 

3: 5 247,439,475,486 

3: 20.... 257, 258, 262, 300 

4: 8 81,84,86,88 

5: 12.... 194, 196, 197,203 
6: 17.... 682, 683, 686, 687 
7: 12.... 706, 707,708,709 
7: 17.... 688, 690, 699, 705 
11: 15.... 592, 594, 599, 603 

12: 5 118, 123,593,597 

14: 13.... 669, 672,675, G7G 

15: 3 193, 196, 197,707 

19: 6 587,599,616,622 

19: 12.... 130, 162, 195, 199 
20: 12.... 683, 684, 686, 6g7 

21 : 4 698,699,702,704 

21: 10.... 690, 693, 695, 697 
22: 17.... 265, 266, 271,297 

22 : 20. . . . 124, 180, 182, 158 



486 



fln&er of Subjects 



I'he cross-references in Italic* refer to this Index ; those in small CAPITALS to the arrangement in the body 
of the book, as displayed in the Table of Contents.) 



Abba Father. hvmn 

Arise, my soul, arise 178 

Come to our poor nature's 215 

Behold what wondrous grace. 316 

Abiding in Christ. 

Lord, forever at Thy side 320 

Ln heavenly love abiding 397 

O Lamb of God, still keep me. 400 
O holy Saviour, Friend unseen 431 
See Communion with Christ, 

448-456 
Abraham. 

The God of Abraham praise.. 89 

'Tis by the faith of joys to 363 

How large the promise, how . . 541 

Accepted time. 
See Salvation Offered, 253-270 

Accepting Christ 294-302 

Access to God. 

See Beginning of Worship, 1-19 
See Intercession of Christ, 

171-178 
See Prayer 457-469 

Activity 493-503 

See Revival 577-583 

See Missions 584-605 

Adoption 315, 316 

See Abba Father. 
See Access to God. 

Advent. 

See Christ, Advent, First. 
See Christ, Advent, Second. 

Adversity. 
See Trials. 

Afflictions. 

See Trials. 

Aged, The 637-639 

See Present Life 656-658 

Abide with me, fast falls the.. 42 
How firm a foundation, ye. . . . 325 
Beyond the smiling and the. . . 696 

Almsgiving. 
3ee Benevolence 573-576 

Ancients, Examples of. 

For all the saints, who from... 614 
'Dome let us join our friends.. . 615 
jive me the wings of faith 638 

i 



Angels. iivMN 

Angel voices ever singing 87 

Around the throne of God. . . . 110 

Hark ! what mean those holy. 115 

It came upon the midnight. . . . 116 

While shepherds watched 117 

Hark, the herald angels sing.. 121 

Angels from the realms of . . . . 122 

Songs if praise the angels. . . . 512 

Hark ! hark, my soul, angelic 694 

Anniversaries 633-635 

O God of Bethel, by whose. ... 420 

Anxiety. 

See Care. 

Apostolic Commission. 

Go preach my gospel, saith. . . . 561 

Armor, Christian. 

See Soldiers. 

Ascension, 
See Lord Jesus Christ. . 157-178 

Ashamed of Jesus. 
See Confessing Christ. . 436-439 

Aspiration. 

I've found a Friend, O such a. 306 
Blest are the pure in heart. . . . 321 
O for a faith that will not. . . . 348 

'Tis bv the faith of joys to 363 

More love to Thee, O Christ.. . 372 
As pants the hart for cooling.. 401 
O for a heart to praise my God. 403 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 408 

O for a closer walk with God . 414 
My God, permit me not to be . 445 

Thou whose all-searching. . . 507 

Come, Thou fount of every 511 

It is not death to die 675 

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy. 688 
When I can read my title. . .\ . 698 
Far from my heavenly home. . 703 

Assurance. 

1 know that my Redeemer 175 

Gracious Spirit, love divine. . . 217 
I heard the voice of Jesus sav 297 
Why should the children of a. 304 

Mv soul complete in Jesus 313 

The Lord's my Shepherd 330 

My hope is built on nothing... 354 

Since Jesus is my Friend 388 

How happy are they 389 

Fountain of grace, rich, full. . 395 

I hear the words of love 396 

In heavenly love abiding 397 

Stand up, my soul, shake off. 47;) 
When I can read my title 698 

487 



Atonement. hvmn 

See Salvation Providkd. 

245-25^ 

Necessary. 
How helpless guilty nature lies 220 
My sins, my sins, my Saviour. 282 
Not what these hands have. . . 312 

Completed. 
See Lord Jests Christ, 140-156 
See Accepting Christ. . . 294-302 

My soul complete in Jesus 313 

My hope is built on nothing.. . 354 
I hear the words of love 396 

Attributes. 

See God. 

Awakening. 
See Salvation Offered, 268-279 
See The Judgment 682-687 

Backsliding. 

See Revival 577-583 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly. . 205 

Come, Holy Spirit, come 214 

With broken heart and contrite 281 
Depth of mercy, can there be. 286 
How oft, alas, this wretched. . 287 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord 288 

Saviour, I look to Thee 355 

O for a closer walk with God. . 414 
Once I thought my mountain. 484 

Baptism. 

Infant 541-545 

The God of Abraham praise... 89 
O God of Bethel, by whose. ... 420 
Let children hear the mighty. O.'tf 
See The YOUNG 645-655 

Of Holy Ghost. 
Enthroned on high, Almighty. 204 
Lord God the Holv Ghost..... 213 
Spirit of the living God 537 

Believers. 
See Christians. 

Benediction. 

Dismiss us with Thy blessing.. 20 

Lord, dismiss us with Thy .... 27 
Saviour, breathe an evening... 40 

Benevolence 5? 

Bereavement. 
See Trials. 

Bible. 

See H'M.Y SCBIPTUBES. ... 70-80 



UnDer of Subjects 



Blessedness. m ira 

See Convebsion and Joy, 306 310 

See Joy 383-389 

See Peace 31m>-.;<>7 

Blood of Christ. 
See Lord Jesus Chbist.. 140-156 
See Lord's Suppeb. 546-667 

See Atonement. 

Boldness at the Throne 
of Grace. 

See A/'lui Father. 
See Access to God. 

Bread of Life. 

See Lord's Supper 546-557 

Guide me, O Thou great 333 

Brevity of Life. 

See Close of Year 630-632 

See Present Life 656-668 

The radiant morn hath passed 51 
( )ur God, our help in ages past. ' 90 
Brief life is here our portion.. 692 

Bridegroom. 

Hejoice, all ye believers 179 

The Church's one foundation. 531 

Broken Heart. 
See Repentance and CON- 
FESSION 283-293 

Brotherly Love. 

See Communion of Saints, 

606-616 

Burdens. 

See Trial*. 

Cast thy burden on the Lord. . 505 

Burial 678,679 

See Present Life 656-668 

See Death 669-677 

Calmness. 
See Peace 390-397 

Calvary. 
See Lord Jesus Christ. 140-156 

Care. 

My spirit on Thy care 343 

Fes, for me, forme He careth. 362 
How gentle Cod's commands.. 356 
Sometimes a Light surprises. 386 

Charity. 
See Benevolence 573-576 

Chastening. 

See '/'rials. 

Cheerfulness. 
See Joy 383-389 

Children. 

See 'I'm: Xoung 645-666 

See Baptism 641-646 

How shall t lie young secure... 7f. 

Saviour, like a Shepherd Lead. 332 

Let children hear the mighty. 633 

Death of. 
Gentle Shepherd. Thou hast. . 671 



Childlikeness. hyms 

Lord, how happy should we, 361 
Quiet, Lord, my froward heart, 392 

Dear Lord and Father of 410 

Father, I know that all my Life, 4is 

Choosing Christ. 

See Accepting Chbist. . . 294-302 
See Conversion and Jot 306-310 
See Confessing Chbist.. 436-439 
See Denunciation of the 440-447 

Christ. 

Abiding with Believers. 
See Communion with Christ, 

448-466 
Abide with me, fast falls the.. 42 
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour, 46 

1 could not do without Thee. . 302 

Advent, First 113-125 

Advent, Second 179-186 

See The Judgment 682-687 

Hark, ten thousand harps and 164 

At the name of Jesus 200 

Till He come, O let the words. 550 
Hail to the Lord's anointed. . . 584 
Watchman, tell us of the night 585 

Now be the Gospel banner 588 

Hasten, Lord, the glorious 592 

Ascend Thy throne, Almighty. 593 
Sovereign of worlds, display.. . 597 

Hark, the song of Jubilee 599 

Soon may the last glad song 603 

Come, Kingdom of our God. . . 604 
Thy Kingdom come, O God.. . . 605 
Beyond the smiling and the. . . 696 

Advocate. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 171-178 
The true Messiah now appears 134 

Hail, Thou once despised 156 

Depth of mercy, can there be. 286 
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's. . 295 
Yes, for me, for me He careth, 352 

All in All. 
Jesus, Master, whose I am 146 

holy Saviour, Friend unseen 431 

Jesus, thou Joy of loving 450 

Break Thou the bread of life. 553 

Ascension of. 
See Lord Jests Christ, 157-170 

Atonement of. 
See Atonement. 

Beauty of. 
Now to the Lord a noble song. 126 
Majestic sweetness sits 129 

Ocould [speak the matchless. 130 

Birth of. 
See Lord JESUS CHBIST, 113-125 

Blood of. 
See Blood of Christ. 

Bread. 
See Droul of Life. 

Bridegroom. 
See Bridegroom. 

Burden-Bearer. 

See Hardens. 

1 lay my sins on Jesus 299 

Cast thy burden on the Lord.. 606 

Call of. 
Sec Sai.y \tion Offsbed, 263 279 
I > JesUS, Thou art standing. 300 

488 



Captain. hymn 

See Conflict 474-492 

Character of. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 126-134 
My dear Redeemer and my 138 

Chlidhood of. 
By cool Siloam's shady rill . . . 650 
Compassion of. 

See liOVi if. 

Condescension of. 
See Loud JESUS CHBIST, 

113-125, 140-156 
Conqueror. 
See Loud Jesus Christ, 

157-170, 179-1N6 
See Missions 684-606 

Corner Stone. 
My hope is built on nothing.. . 354 

Glorious things of thee are 529 

The Church's one Foundation, 531 
Christ is made the sure 572 

Coronation of. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 179-186 

See Missions 584-605 

The head that once was 162 

Look, ye saints, the sight is.. . 163 
Hark, "ten thousand harps and 164 
Crown Him with many crowns 196 
All hail the power of Jesus'. . 196 
Crown His heat! with endless . 199 

Creator. 
Hosanna to the living Lord ... 14 
At the name of Jesus 200 

Crucifixion of. 
See Lord Jests Christ, 140-166 

Death of. 
See Lord Jests Chbist, 140-166 
See Salvation Pbovtded, 

24^-252 
See Lord's SUPPEB 646-667 

Delight in. 
See Lore of. 

Desire of the Nations. 

See Lord JESUS Christ, 179-186 

See Missions 584-605 

Angels from the realms of. . . . 122 
Come, thou long expected 124 

Divinity of. 
See Lord JESUS Christ, 

126-139, 187-203 

Emmanuel. 
God with us, glorious name, 127 

Exaltation of. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 

157-170, 187-203 

Example of. 
Sec Lord JESUS CHBIST, 135-139 

Go to dark ( ietliseinane 147 

When Jesos dwelt in mortal.. r>7<; 
By cool Siloam's shady rill. .. . 650 

Excellency of. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 187-203 
Sec Com mi nion with Christ, 

448-156 
Sec Beauty of. 

Foundation. 
See Corner Stone. 



Intel ct Subjects 



Christ hymn 

Fountain. 

Rock of ages, oleft for me 249 

There is a fountain tilled with 251 
I heard the voice of Jesus say, '_".»7 
Fountain of grace, rich, full . . 395 
The sands of time are sinking. t!77 

Friend. 
O Thou, the contrite sinner's . 173 
Friend of sinners. Lord of. . . . 181 
Behold a stranger at the door . 258 
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's . . 295 
I've found a friend. such a.. 306 
One there is above all others.. 375 

Since desus is niv Friend 388 

O Holy Saviour. Friend 431 

What a Friend we have in. . . . 409 

Glory of. 
See Louo Jesus Chbist, 

157-170, 179-203 

Glorying in. 
See Lobd Jesus Chbist, 187-203 
See Faith, Hope, Love, 

JOY 348-389 

See Confessing Christ.. 436-439 

Godhead of. 
See Divinity of. 

Hiding-place. 
O Jesus, Saviour of the lost.. . 242 

Rock of ages, cleft for me 249 

Beneath the cross of Jesus . . . 252 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 331 

There is a safe and' secret place 341 
O htmh of God, still keep me. 400 
From every stormy wind that. 458 
Approach my soul, the mercy 461 
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me 487 

High Priest. 
See Lord Jesus Chkist, 171-178 
See .Irfcncate. 

Humanity of. 
See Lord JESUS Christ. 113-12."; 
God with us, O glorious name. 127 

As oft with worn and weary . . 139 
When gathering clouds around (537 

Humiliation of. 
See Condescension of. 
Blest Jesus, when Thy cross I 192 
Plunged in a gulf of dark 222 

Immanuel. 
See Emmanuel. 

Incarnation of. 
See LOBD JESU9 Christ, 113-125 

Intercession of. 
See High Priest. 

Invitation of. 
See Call of. 
Judge. 

See The Judgment 682-687 

He is coming. He is coming 180 

Lo ! He comes with clouds 182 

Lo ! on a narrow neck of land 664 
The world is very evil 039 

King. 
See Lord Jests Chkist. 

157-170. 187-203 
See Coronation of. 

Knocking. 

Lift up your heads, eternal. . . 166 

Behold ! a stranger's at the. . . 258 

O Jesus, Thou art standing. . . 300 



Lamb of God. 11 \ M5 

Hail, thou once despised 166 

Awake and sing the song 11)3 

Come, let US sing the BOllg of., 1U4 
(Oiiie, let us join our cheerful 202 
Behold the sin-atoning Lamb. 24.", 

• lust as I am, without one 296 

1 lav my sins on Jesus 299 

Lamb ol God, still keep me. 400 

Leader. 

1 could not do without Thee. . 302 
Saviour, like a shepherd lead. 332 
Gently, Lord, gently lead us. 34."» 

Saviour, 1 follow on 358 

In heavenly love abiding 397 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the. 419 
Children of the heavenly King 504 

Though faint yet pursuing 508 

Give me the wings of faith to. 638 
Shepherd of tender youth 652 

Life on the Earth. 
See Lord Jesus Chkist, 135-139 
See Exam pi i' of. 
See Humanity of. 

Life, The. 
Thou art the way, to Thee. ... 137 
I heard the voice of Jesus say. 297 
I've found a friend, O ! such a. 306 

Love divine, all loves 323 

How sweet the name of Jesus. 374 
Dear Saviour, we are thine. . . . 452 

Light, The. 

Christ, whose glory fills the.. . 30 

Light of life, enlighten me 32 

Thou lovely source of true 72 

Brightest and best of the sons 114 

When marshalled on the 125 

I heard the voice of Jesus say 297 

O Love that Avill not let me go 367 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the. 419 

Loneliness of. 
"Lis midnight, and on Olive's.. 151 

Longsuffering of. 
See Patience of. 

Lord. 
Hosannah to the living Lord.. 14 
Joy to the world, the Lord is.. 118 

The head that once was 162 

Crown Him with many crowns 195 
All hail the power of Jesus' . . 196 
Mighty Cod. while angels bless 1!)7 

At the name of Jesus 200 

My gracious Lord, I own thy. . 317 

Lord, 1 am thine, entirely 318 

I'm not ashamed to own my . . 439 

Love of. 
See Friend. 

Now to the Lord a noble song. 126 
The Saviour, what endless. . 131 
Immortal Love, forever full. . . 135 
Awake my soul, in joyful lavs 190 
Plunged in a gulf of dark. . .*. . 222 

I love to tell the storv 236 

Tell me the old, old story 239 

Love divine, all loves... .' 323 

Jesus. Thy boundless love 324 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 331 

The King of love my Shepherd 334 
Hark, my soul, it is the Lord . 373 
One there is above all others. . 375 
To our Redeemer's glorious. . . 380 

Loveliness of. 
See Excellency of. 



Man of Sorrows. hymn 

Bee Lobd Jesi - Cmunr, 140 i.v, 

As oft with worn and \\ear\ 

when gathering oloutfs around 687 

Master. 

See Lord. 

Ye servants ol God, your IM 

Behold the Master passeth by. 202 

Go, labor on. Bpend and be. .. . 4:17 

Hark the voice of JeSM crying 501 
Lord of the harvest, bend .'. 

Mediator. 
See Intercession of. 

Messiah. 

Shout the glad tidings 120 

Angels from the realms of 122 

The true Messiah now appear- 134 
Lo ! He COmeS with clouds. . . 182 
Hasten Lord, the glorious time 692 

Ministry of. 
See Lord Jesus Chkist. . 135-139 

Morning Star. 
My God, the spring .if all niv . 384 
Jesus, and shall it ever be '.'. .'. . 436 
Sovereign of worlds, display. . ,7.'7 

Name of. 
God with us, O glorious name. 127 
Dearest of all the names above 128 

Come, ye that love the (88 

All hail the power of Jesus'. . . 196 

At the name of Jesus 200 

I lay my sins on Jesus 299 

How sweet the name of Jesus. 374 
Jesus, I love Thy charming. . . 377 
To our Redeemer's glorious. . . 380 
Jesus, Thy name I love 45<"> 

Nativity of. 
See Lord Jests Christ, 113-125 

Offices of. 
Hark, what mean those holy. . 115 
How sweet the name of Jesus. 374 
Prophet. 

How sweetly flowed 

the gospel sound . . 136 
Break Thou the bread 

of life 553 

Priest. 

Sec High Priest. 
Kin (j. 
See King. 

Passion of. 
See Lokd Jests Chkist, 140-156 

Passover, Our. 

Hail. Thou once despised 156 

Ye choirs of New Jerusalem.. 161 

Patience of. 
Behold, a stranger at the door 258 
Depth of mercy, can there be. 286 
< I Jesus, Thou art standing. . . 300 

Pattern. 
See Example of. 

Physician. 
Sin like a venomous disease . . 223 

Hock of ages, cleft for me 24!' 

I lay my sins on Jesus 299 

Pilot. 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 340 

Praise to. 
See Lord Jests Christ. 187-203 



flnOci of Subjects 



Christ. hymn 

Prayers of. 
My dear Redeemer, and my. . . 138 

<;<■ to dark Gethsemane 147 

'Tis midnight, and on Olive's.. 151 

Preciousness of. 
See Excellency of. 

Presence of. 
See Abiding with believers. 

Priest. 
See Offices of. 

Prince of Peace. 

Hark, the glad sound, the 119 

Hark, the Herald angels sing. . 121 
T<> us a child of hope is born.. 123 
Prince of Peace, control my. . 4ir> 
Watchman, tell us of the night 585 

Prophet. 

See Offices of. 

Ransom. 

could I speak the matchless . 130 

Thy lite was given for me 154 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 234 

Behold the Bin-atoning Lamb. 245 

Sinners, behold the Lamb 248 

Blessed are the sons of God. . . 315 

Redeemer. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 179-186 

1 know that my Redeemer 175 

Come, let us sing the song of.. 194 
Crown Him with many crowns 195 

Mighty God, while angels 197 

O for a thousand tongues to.. . 203 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 234 

Salvation is forever nigh 237 

Now begin the heavenly theme 38G 

Refuge. 
See Hiding-place. 

Reigning. 
See Coronation of. 

Rejected. 
Almighty God, Thy word is. . . 24 
Behohl, a strangers at the 258 

Resurrection of. 
See Loud Jests CHRIST, 157-170 

This day at Thy creating word 58 

Welcome, sweet day of rest. . . 63 

O day of rest and gladness 64 

Come, lei us join with one 66 

This is the day the Lord hath. 67 

Rock. 
i) .Jesus, Saviour of the lost.. 242 

Rock of ages, cleft for me 249 

My hope is built on nothing . . 364 

< itorious things of Thee are.. . . 529 
For thee, O dear, dear countrs 691 

Sacrifice. 

See Atonement <\f. 

Saviour. 

ID. sauna to the living Lord.. . . 14 

joy to the world, the Lord is., us 

Hark theglad sound, the 11!) 

i > could I speak the matchless. 130 
The Saviour, O whal endless.. LSI 
Hail, Thou once despised Jesus L66 
Come, ye (hat Love the iss 

< > Jesus, Saviour of the lost.. . 242 

< lome i" th«- Sa\ lour i.ow w> 

To-day the Saviour calls 271 

The Saviour calls, let every ear 'J7S 
My sins, my sins, my Saviour. 282 



HYMN 

I could not do without Thee .. 302 
I once was a stranger to grace 307 
Saviour, like a shepherd lead. 332 

Saviour, I look to Thee 356 

My faith looks up to Thee ~">7 

Saviour, I follow on 368 

How happy are they, who. . . . 389 

Saviour, Thy dying love 39X 

Saviour, blessed Saviour 40f> 

Second Coming of. 
See Admit, Second. 

Session of. 

All glory, laud, and honor l.">7 

The head that once was 162 

Look, ye saints, the sight is. . . 16;: 
See the Conqueror mounts in. 170 

Now let our cheerful eyes 174 

Rejoice, the Lord is King 201 

Shepherd. 

Souls of men, why will ye 240 

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll.. 330 
Saviour, like a shepherd lead.. :>3_ 
The King of love my Shepherd 334 

The Lord my Shepherd is 342 

1 was a wandering sheep 382 

The Lord is my Shepherd, no. 509 
See Israel's gentle Shepherd. . 643 
Saviour, who thy tiock art. . . . 544 
Dear Saviour, if these lambs. . 545 
Dear Shepherd of Thy people, 569 

Gracious Saviour, gentle 647 

Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear. 619 
Shepherd of tender youth .... 652 
Gentle Shepherd, Thou hast.. 071 

Son of God. 
See Divinity of. 

Son of Man. 
See Humanity of. 

Sorrows of. 
See Man of Sorrotvs. 

Substitute. 
See Lord Jesus Christ.. 140-166 
Salvation Provided ...246-262 

Sufferings of. 
See Lord Jests CHRIST, 140-166 

Sun of Righteousness. 

See Light. 

Christ whose glory tills the — 30 

Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour. 46 

Hark, the herald angels sing. . 121 

O'er the gloomy hills of 589 

Sympathy of. 
See Lord Jesus Christ. 171-178 
See Loci of. 

Teacher. 
See Offices of. 

Temptation of. 
My dear Redeemer and my. . . . 138 
As ofl with worn and weary. . . 139 
When gathering clouds around 637 

Truth. 
Thou art the way. to Thee. . . . U7 

Union with. 
Lord JeSUS, are we one with . . 296 
Dear Saviour, w e are Thine. . . 462 
JeSUS lives, and so shall 1 681 

Unseen. 
I I holj Baviour, Friend unseen. 4.51 
JeSUS, these eyes have never . 4.~.1 

490 



Victorious. hymn 

See Conqueror. 

Way, The. 
Thou art the way, to Thee. . . . 137 

Weeping. 
Did Christ o'er sinners weep 
Saviour, when in dust, to Th 

Word of God . 
word of God incarnate 7 



Christians. 

Activity of. 
See Activity 

Afflictions of 
See Trials. 

Backslidings of. 
See Backsliding. 

Conflicts of. 
See Conflict 



493-503 



474-4!)l 



Discipline of. 

See Trials. 

Fellowship of. 
See Communion hi Saints, 

600-6 its 

Growth of. 

See SANCTIFI4 a i k»n 317-3124 

See Holy Desires 398-414 

Privileges of. 
See Benefits of the 

Called 311-34'J 

Temptations of. 

See Com i.i. i 474-492 

See Trial*. 

Church. 

Benevolence of. 
See Benevolence 573-676 

Dedication of. 
See DBDIOA HON 687-673 

Fellowship of. 

See COMMI WON, OF SA.LN CS, 

606-616 

Glory of. 
See Glory and Safety.. 629-640 

Revival of. 
See Krviv vi. 577-680 

Safety of. 
SeeGLORi and Safety .629-640 

Work of. 
See Missions. 

Worship of. 
>RSHIP 



684 606 

.. 1--6K 



City of God. 



Glorious things of thee are. . 

Jerusalem the < tolden 

i ) Mother dear, Jerusalem. . . 
Jerusalem, my happy home. . 

Jerusalem the glorious 



529 
680 
696 
697 

7U> 



Close of Service. 

i Worship 20-28 



flnDer ot Subjects 



Comfort. hymn 

See Promises 325-328 

See Privileges 329-347 

See Faith .348-364 

See Hope 365-369 

See Peace 390-397 

See Holy DESIRES 398-114 

See Resignation..' 415-435 

See Heaven G88-715 

Comforter. 
See Holy Ghost 204-219 

Coming to Christ. 

See Salvation Offered j 253-279 
See Accepting Christ... 294-302 

Communion. 

With Christ 448^56 

See Lord's Supper. 546-557 

Of Saints 606-616 

Compassion. 

See Benevolence 573-576 

Did Christ o'er sinners weep .. 284 

Confession. 

Of SIN 283-293 

Of Christ ■ 436-139 

Confidence. 

See God the Father 89-112 

See Lord Jesus Christ, 171-178 

See Promises 325-328 

See Privileges 329-347 

See Faith 348-364 

See Hope 365-369 

See Peace 390-397 

See Resignation 415-435 

See Assurance. 

Pleasant are Thy courts above 12 

worship the King all glorious 13 
Father, again in Jesus' name . 15 
Great God, attend Avhile Zion.. 18 
My God, how endless is Thy . . 36 
Saviour, breathe an evening. . . 40 
Abide with me, fast falls the.. 42 
Now God be with us, for the. . 47 
Night's shadows falling.men to 48 
Through the day Thy love has 52 
Thus far the Lord hath led me 56 

Lord, Thy Avord abideth 80 

In the hour of trial 171 

Jesus, Thy blood and 247 

Beneath the Cross of Jesus 252 

1 heard the voice of Jesus say. 297 
I've found a Friend, O such a. 306 
I once' was a stranger to grace 307 

Conflict 474-492 

Conscience. 

O that the Lord would guide. . 73 
Not all the blood of beasts. ... 246 
Why will ye waste on trifling. 274 

Lord, how'secure my 280 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord 288 

Consecration. 

See Sanctification 317-324 

See Renunciation of the 

World 440-447 

My God, how endless is Thy. . . 36 

Angel voices ever singing 87 

When I survey the wondrous . 142 
Jesus, Master, whose I am. . . . 146 
Alas, and did my Saviourbleed. 148 

Thy life was given for me 154 

Come, every pious heart 167 

Lord, God, the Holy Ghost. . . . 213 



II \ M N 

Gracious Spirit, love divine. . . 217 

Holy Ghost, with light divine. 218 

dust as I am. without one 296 

I've found a Friend, <> such a 306 

happy day that fixed my. . . . 310 

Saviour, Thy dying love..' 398 

Take me, my Father, take. . 399 

< > for a heart to praise my God 403 
( > c<uild 1 find from day to day 404 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 408 

More holiness give me 411 

Prince of Peace, control my.. . 415 
Spirit of God, descend upon.. . 417 
Dear Saviour, we are Thine. . . 452 

1 need Thee every hour 492 

Come, Thou Fount of every. . . 511 
What shall I render to my God 519 
We give Thee but Thine own. 575 

Consistency. 

See Holy Desires 398-414 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly . . 205 

Stay, Thou insulted Spirit 207 

How oft, alas ! this wretched . 287 
So let our lips and lives express 322 
Lord, when we bend before Thy 462 
With tears of anguish I lament 476 

Consolations. 

See Comfort. 

Constancy. 

See Faith 348-364 

See Watchfulness 470-473 

See Perseverance 504-509 

God's glory is a wondrous 477 

Stand up, my soul, shake off. . 479 
Awake, our souls, away our. . . 480 

Onward, Christian soldiers 483 

Brightly gleams our banner. . . 485 
Stand up, stand up for Jesus.. 486 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 489 

Soldiers of Christ, arise 490 

Awake, my soul, stretch every 493 
Go labor on, while it is day 498 

Contentment. 

See Peace 390-397 

See Resignation 415-435 

My God, the Cov'nant of thy. . 329 
The King of love my shepherd 334 
There is a safe and secret place 341 

My spirit on Thy care 343 

He leadeth me, O blessed 346 

Yes, for me, for me He careth, 352 
How gentle God's commands . 356 
O Lord, how happy would we. 361 
Sometimes a light surprises. . . 385 

Contrition. 

See Conviction of Sin. . .280-282 
See Repentance and Con- 
fession 283-293 

See Consistency. 

Conversion. 

See Conversion and Joy 306-310 

Conviction. 
See Conviction of Sin. . 280-282 
See Repentance and CON- 
FESSION 283-293 

Cornerstone, laying of a. 

See Christ, Cornerstone. 

Courage. 
See conflict 474-492 



Covenant. bymn 

Divine. 
The God of Abraham praise. . 89 
High in the li<a\»ns, eternal.. 94 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

God is love : His mercy 107 

Begin, my tongue, some Ill 

How firm a foundation, ye 325 

In every trouble sharp and 327 

My Cod! the cov'nant of Thy. 329 

SOW Oft have sin and Satan. . . . 335 

I hear the words of love 396 

O God of Bethel, by whose hand 420 

How large the promise, how. . 541 

Dear Saviour if these lambs . 646 

Entering into. 
O happy day that fixed my. . . . 310 
Lord, I am Thine, entirely. . 318 
Take me, O my Father, take me, 399 
People of the living God 441 

Creation. 

See Christ, Creator. 
See God, Creator. 

Cross. 

Banner of the. 

Onward, Christian soldiers 483 

Brightly gleams our banner.. . 485 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus.. 486 

The Son of God goes forth to . 491 

Bearing of the. 

Saviour, Thy dying love 398 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 408 

'Tis my happiness below 422 

Must Jesus bear the cross 440 

Jesus, I my cross have taken. . 446 

Christ on the. 
See Lord Jesus Christ. 140-156 

Glorying in the. 
When I survey the wondrous . 142 
In the cross of Christ I glory.. 143 
Nature with open volume. .. . . 229 

Salvation by the . 
Alas, and did my Saviourbleed 148 
O sacred head, now wounded . 152 

O Jesus, we adore Thee 153 

Not all the blood of beasts .. . . 246 

Rock of ages, cleft for me 24!» 

Beneath the cross of Jesus. . . . 252 
From the cross uplifted high.. 264 

In evil long 1 took delight 290 

Sweet the moments rich in.. . . 666 

Crown of Glory. 

Stand up, my soul, shake olf . . 479 
O speed thee, Christian, on.. . . 4S2 
Stand up, stand up for Jesus.. 486 
My soul, weigh not Thy life.. . 488 
Awake, my soul, stretch every 493 
One sweetly solemn thought.. 660 

Crucifixion. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 140-156 

Daily Worship. 

See Mokninc 29-37 

See Evening 38-56 

Darkness. 
See MOBNING 29-37 

See Evening 38-56 

See Li (j ht. 

Day of Grace. 

See Salvation Offered, 268-279 



491 



Unocx of Subjects 



Day of Judgment. hymn 

See Tin: J\ DGME1TT 682-687 

Death 669-677 

Declension, spiritual. 
Bee Backsliding. 

Dedication of a Church. 

9ee I > i : I H * A.TION 567-57-' 

Delay, Danger of. 

3c - \ i . \ \ 1 1 <. \ < u r i: k k i > , 253-279 

Delight. 

See Conversion and Jov, 300-310 

See Jot 383-389 

See Christ, delight in. 

Dependence on God. 

See God the Father 89-112 

See Privileges 329-347 

Depravity. 
See Salvation Njeedbd, 220-225 

Despondency. 

mNkuit 474-4'.f_' 

Devotion. 
See Love. 

Diligence. 

See Acri vitv 493-503 

Discipleship. 
See Christ, Leader. 

Discouragement. 

Bee l-iirniirmji rnmit. 

Doubt. 

M UN l 474-4:>'_> 

Duties. 
See Duties 436-628 

Early Piety. 
See The Youvq 645-666 

Earnestness. 

-.-. w vi ( in ri. m ess 470-47:; 

>\m.k i 474-4:rj 

See Activity 483-603 

i i:-i \ i:i: UTOB 904-609 

Effectual Calling. 
See Bfi bc i i ai. C lulikq, 280-610 

Election. 

Tig not that I did choose Thee 241 
Grace, 'tis a charming sound,. 243 
<>u r ift of gifts, O grace of faith ."»."»i 
Chosen not forgood in me., 870 

How sweet and awful Is tin;.. . 448 

Encouragement. 

See lloi-i: :;<;.-> m 

Si e JOT 383 389 

See Conflict 47 » 192 

See \' 1 1\ nv 486 60S 

Bee Tin: Choik b, Glory 

\M> SAFBT1 oi 628 ">4<i 

Everlasting Life. 

Bee Hi. \ \ kn 688-716 



Everlasting Death. hymn 
See I'm. Judgment 882-687 

Eternity. 
See PRBSUra Lin: 666-608 

Evangelistic Service. 

See Salvation 220 278 

See Effectual Calling, JS3-310 
SeeKEViVAL 5. 

Evening 38-56 

Example. 

Of Christ. 
See Christ. Example of. 
Of Christians. 

See Consistency. 

Faith. 

See Accepting. Christ.. . 294-302 

See Faith 348-364 

See Aspiration. 
See Assurance. 

Fall of Man. 
See Salvation Neeuld. 296-285 

Family Worship. 

See Daily Worship. 

Farewell Service. 

Come, Christian brethren, ere 22 
God be with you, till we meet 26 

Ye < "hristian heralds, go 595 

Blest be the tie that binds 808 

Fast Days. 
See Repentance ami CON- 
CESSION 283-293 

See Humiliation 625, 826 

Fatherhood of God. 

s.-e Gk>D thk Father 89 112 

Bee Ibba Father. 

Fear. 

See Boltl)iess at tin- Throne of 
Crate. 

See tssuranee. < 

Fellowship. 
See Communion of Saints. 

606-616 

Fidelity. 
See Constancy. 

Following Christ 
See Christ, Leader. 

Foundation. 
See ( 'hrist, Foundation. 

Fountain. 
Bee t hrist, Fountain. 

Forgiveness. 
Bee Bali ltio» 220-279 

Friend. 
Sec (hrist. Friend. 

V.V1 



Funeral Hymns hymn 

See I hath 669-677 

S.-e BURIAl 678,679 

Future Punishment. 

See The Judgment 682-687 

Gentleness. 

Quiet, Lord, my flow aid heart, S92 

Gethsemane. 

(Jo to dark Gethsemane 147 

"lis midnight, and on Olive's.. 151 

In the hour of trial 171 

My iins, my sins, my Saviour . 282 

Glory. 
Of Christ. 

See Christ. Clary <>/. 

Of God. 
See Gfod, clary of. 

Glorying. 

In Christ. 
See Christ, Glorying in. 

In the Cross. 
See Cross , Clory inn in. 

God. 

Almighty. 

worship the King all 13 

1 sing the almighty power of. . 97 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

( oine, sound His praise abroad, 106 

Supreme in wisdom as in 506 

Hark the song of Jubilee 59!> 

Being and Perfections. 
Konndthe Lord in glory seated. 11 
Lord of all being, throned afar 93 
High in the heavens, eternal. 94 
1 sing the almighty power of.. 97 

Thou, to Whom all creator.- 
The spacious firmament on . ion 

Around the throne of God 110 

Begin, my tongue, some Ill 

The heavens declare Thy 230 

Ye tribes of Adam, join." 510 

Compassion of. 
Praise, my soul, the King of .. 513 
Praise to Thee. Thou great. . . 514 

God. my King, Thy might 521 

My soul, repeat Sis praise.. 527 
Sweet is the memory of Thy.. 620 
The pity of the Lord *. . . 661 

Creator. 

Before Jehovah's aw ful 

All people that on earth do. . 3 

Ye nations round the earth 4 

From all that dwell below the 6 

Holy. holy, holy Lord 86 

1 -dug the almighty power of. . 97 
< ) Thou to Whom all creatures ■ ) ' > 

The spacious Armament on. . . . 100 
Come, sound Hi- praise abroad 106 

Around the throne of God 110 

The heavens declare Thy 2.'50 

Ye tribes of Adam, join 510 

Songs of praise the angels sang 512 
Praise to Thee, Thou great. 51 1 
Praise the Lord, ye heavens . . 516 
M\ soul, thy great Creator 590 

Decrees of. 

Great God, how infinite art ... 91 

God moves in a mysterious.... 92 

High in the heavens, eternal. 94 



UuDer of Subject© 



God. hymn 

Decrees of. 
I sing the almighty power of. . 97 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

Keep silence, all created 112 

Defender. 
worship the King all glorious 13 
How firm a foundation, ye. . . . 325 
There is a safe and secret place 341 

Deliverer. 

Through all the changing 106 

Guide me, I » Thou great 333 

Dwelling-place. 
Our God. our help in ages past 90 
He that hath made his refuge. 336 

There is a safe and secret 341 

O God of Bethel, by whose. . . . 420 
O cease, my wandering soul. . . 533 
God is the refuge of His saints 536 
O God, the flock of ages 666 

Eternal. 
From all that dwell below the 6 
Our God, our help in ages past 90 
Great God, how infinite art... . 91 
Jehovah reigns, He dwells in 102 
O God, the Rock of ages 666 

Faithfulness. 
See Covenant, Divine. 

Father. 
See Fatherhood of God. 
See Adoption. 

Forbearance of. 
See Lone/ suffering of. 

Fortress. 
He that hath made his refuge. 336 
A mighty fortress is our God.. 530 

Glory of. 

See Praise 510-528 

See Being and Perfect ions. 

Goodness of. 

See Thaxksuiyixg 617-624 

O worship the King all glorious 13 
Every morning mercies new. . . 31 
Come, Thou Fount of every. . . 511 
I'll praise my Maker with inv. 516 
When all Thy mercies. O my.. 518 

O bless the Lord, my soul. 524 

Thank and praise Jehovah's.. 528 
Now thank we all our God 635 

Grace of. 
See Salvation Provided 240-244 

Arise. O King of Grace 65 

High in the heavens, eternal . 94 
Now to the Lord a noble song. 126 
O gift of gifts, O grace of faith, 351 
Fountain of grace, rich, full. . 395 
My soul, repeat His praise 527 

Greatness of. 
See Glory of. 

Guide. 

Guide me, O Thou great 333 

Holy Father, Thou hast taught 344 
Gently, Lord, O gently lead us, 345 

He leadeth me, O blessed 346 

Lead, kindlv Light, amid the.. 419 

O God of Bethel, by whose 420 

Thy way, not mine* O Lord ... 430 
Though faint yet pursuing.we. 608 
Lead us, heavenlv Father 655 



Helper. hymn 

See Deliverer. 
See Guide. 
See Defender. 

Holy. 
Round the Lord in glory seated 11 

Holy, holv, holv Lord 86 

Holy. holy, holv. Lord God.... 88 

Around the throne of God 110 

Holy Father, hear my cry 409 

O holy Lord, our God. ..." 564 

Infinite. 

O worship the King, all 13 

Eternal Father, when to Thee, 85 

Angel voices, ever singing 87 

Holy. holy, holy, Lord God.. . . 88 

Great God, how infinite art ... 91 

In all my vast concerns 109 

Jehovah. 
Before Jehovah's awful throne 2 
The God of Abraham praise.. . 89 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

Jehovah reigns ; He dwells . . . 102 
Come, sound His praise abroad 106 

Guide me. O Thou great 333 

Thank and praise Jehovah's.. 528 
Dread Jehovah, God of nations 625 

Just. 

See The Judgment 682-687 

High in the heavens, eternal . 94 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

Wait. O my soul, Thy Maker's. 425 

Longsuffering. 

God calling yet ! shall I not... 257 

Depth of mercy, can there be. 286 

God, my King. Thy might 521 

Love of. 
Early, my Lord. Avithout delay 8 
Stand op and bless the Lord.*. 9 
My God. how lovely is the place 10 
O worship the King all glorious 13 
Father, again in Jesus' name. . 15 
Every morning mercies new. . . 31 
New every morning is the love 35 
My God, how endless is Thy. . 36 
Ancient of days, who sittest. . . 84 
Lord of all being, throned afar 93 

Through all the changing 105 

God is love ; His mercy 107 

Souls of men, why will ye 240 

•Tia not that I did choose 241 

Behold what wondrous grace.. 316 

How firm a foundation, ye 325 

My God. the covenant of Thy.. 329 
Great God. indulge my humble 336 
There is a safe and secret place 341 

In heavenly love abiding 397 

Thy way. < »' God, is in the sea.. 416 

Come, Thou Fount of every 511 

Praise to Thee. Thou great 514 

What shall I render to my God 519 

God, my King, Thy might 521 

Now thank we all our God 635 

Summer suns are glowing 654 

Majesty of. 

Before Jehovah's awful _' 

Ye nations round the earth. ... 4 

Round the Lord in glorv seated 11 

worship the King, all 13 

Arise, O King of grace, arise. . 65 

Come, Thou Almighty King.. . 81 

Holy, holy, holy Lord 86 

Angel voices ever singing 87 

Holy. holy, holy, Lord God ... 88 

Lord of all being, throned afar 93 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 101 

Jehovah reigns : He dwells in. 102 

49.S 



Kingdoms and thrones to God 104 

Come, sound His praise 101 

With reverence, l»-t the saints. 108 

Around the throne of God llo 

Praise tin- Lord, ye heavens. . . 518 

Lord God ot hosts, by all 517 

My soul, thy great Creator. 

God, my King, Thy might 521 

Mercy of. 

All people that on earth do 3 

Ye nations round the earth. ... 4 
Father, again in .Je>us' name. 15 
My God. how endless is Thy... 36 
Now troni the altar of my heart .V. 
Thy merry. Lord, is in the. . . 

God is love; His mercy 107 

Souls of men, why will ye 240 

With broken heart and.* 

Depth of mercy, can there be.. 286 

Show pity. Lord. O Lord 288 

O Thou whose tender mercy.. . 291 
While thee I seek, protecting. 426 
When all Thy mercies, O my. . 518 
What shall I render to my God 519 

O bless the Lord, my soul 524 

Thank and praise Jehovah's. . 523 

Omnipotent. 
See Almighty. 

Omnipresent. 

O worship the King, all 13 

Lord of all being, throned afar 93 
Lord, Thou hast searched and 96 
In all my vast concerns with. . 109 
They who seek the throne of. . 468 
My soul. Thy great Creator 520 

Omniscient. 
See Searcher of hearts. 
See Omnipresent. 

Saviour, breathe an evening. . 40 
Softly now the light of day. ... 40 

Patience of. 
See Longsuffering of. 

Pity of. 
See Com}iassion of. 

Power of. 
See Almighty. 

Protector. 
See Defender. 

Providence of. 
See Providence. 

Purposes of. 
See Decrees of. 

Refuge. 
See Dwelling-place. 
See Fortress. 

Searcher of hearts. 
Come, my soul, thou must be. . 37 
Lord. Thou hast searched and 96 

'Tis a point I long to know 481 

O Thou, to Whose all-searching 507 

Sovereignty. 

S--.- \f'ijtsty of. 

See Flection.' 

See Providence. 

God moves in a mysterious way 92 

Keep silence, all created 112 

Not all the outward forms on. 303 

Father, whate'erof earthly... 390 

Wait. O my soul, thy Maker's. £95 

Thv way, not mine, O Lord 180 

My God and Father while I . US 

Sovereign of worlds, display. . 597 



1 nOer of Subjects 



G0d. HYMN 

Supreme. 
fajeaty of. 
• retgnty of. 

Trinity 81-88 

Truth of. 
See Covenant, Divine. 

Unchangeable. 
Set- < bvenant, Divine. 
Bee l.ti rnal . 

Will of. 

; isn; nation 415-435 

Set- Obedience. 

Wise. 
Bee Omniscient. 

ircher of hearts. 

Works of. 
See Creator. 

Good Works. 

See Activity 493-503 

See Bi:ni:v(U.i'.x(E 573-576 

Bee i insistency. 

No more, my God, I boast no. . 311 

Not what these hands have. . . 312 
Vain are the hopes the BOM of 314 

Gospel. 
SeeS.vLVATioN Provided, 228-239 

See Missions 584-605 

See Evangelistic Services. 

Grace. 

See God, Grace of. 

Graces. 

See Graces of the Chris- 
tian- 348-1.35 

Gratitude. 

See Thanksgiving 617-624 

Bee Qod, Goodness of. 

Thy life was given for me 154 

Father, whate'er of earthly 390 

Now thank we all our God 635 

Grave. 

See BllilAL 678, 679 

Grief. 

See Trial*. 

Grieving the Spirit. 

Stay, Thou insulted Spirit 207 

Qod calling yet ! shall I not... 257 

Delay not, delay not, <> sinner 270 
Say, sinner, hath a voice within 276 

Growth. 

See Christians, Growth of. 

Guidance. 

Befl On//, C.nide. 
See Pilgrimage. 

Se.- Christ, Leader, J'ilot, 

Sin j i herd. 
Holy Spirit, faithful Guide... . 212 

Guilt. 

S ee S A I. V A T ION N KE DED . 220-29B 
See Com MTION OV SIN.. . 280 282 

See Hiri \ i \ mi and Con- 

i B88IO* 283-293 



Happiness. byme 

SeeCoxvxBsios and Joy. 306-310 

See Joy 383-389 

See Peace 390-397 

Harvest. 

Natural. 
See Thanksgiving ti17-6_'4 

Spiritual. 
Almighty Qod, Thy word is. . . 24 

Sow in the morn thy seed 495 

Be that goeth forth with 500 

Hark the voice of Jesus crying 501 
Lord of the harvest, bend 559 

Healing, Spiritual. 
See Christ. Physician. 

Hearing the Word. 

See Holy Scbjptubes 70-80 

See Salvation Provided 228 

See Officers 558-561 

Lord, we come before Thee now 1 7 

Dismiss ur with Ihv blessing J0 

Almighty God, Thy word is . . . 24 

Lord, dismiss us with Thy .... 27 

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere w e 28 

Safely through another week . .">!• 

Welcome, delightful morn 61 

Heart. 

See Holt Ghost 204-219 

How shall the young secure.. . 76 

With broken heart and 281 

How oft, alas, this wretched.. 287 
A broken heart, my God, my.. 289 
Why should the children of'a. 304 
I've* found a Friend. such a. 306 
Jesus, full of all compassion... 308 

O happy day that fixed my 310 

O eyes that are weary and 362 

Not so in haste, my heart 364 

Quiet, Lord, my froward 392 

O for a heart to praise my God 403 

Blest is the man whose 574 

(dine, Lord, and warm each .. 578 
How did my heart rejoice to... 610 

Heathen. 

See Missions 584-605 

Heaven 688-715 

Heirship. 

Lord Jesus, are we one with . . 298 
Blessed are the sons of God . . 315 
Behold what wondrous grace . 316 
There is a safe and secret place 341 
Dear Saviour, we are Thine. . . 4">2 

Jesus lives and so shall 1 681 

When I can read my title clear 698 

Hell. 
See The Judgment 682-687 

Hiding-place. 
See Christ, Hiding-place, 

Holiness. 

See San< tikhation 317-324 

See Holy DESIRES 398-414 

See God, Holy. 
See < nnsciratlon. 

Holy Ghost 204-219 

4'M 



HYMN 

Holy Scriptures 70-80 

Home Missions. 

See A< tivity 493-503 

See Missions 584-605 

Home Worship. 
See Daily Worship. 

Hope. 

Bee Lord Jesus Christ, 179-186 

See Hope 365-369 

Bee Resurrection of the 

Body 680, 681 

See Heaven 688-715 

See Aspiration. 
See Asswranci . 

House of God. 

See Worship i-69 

See Dedication 667-572 

See Communion of saints. 

606-615 

Humiliation 625-626 

s.-e Christ. Humiliation of. 

Humility. 

See Repentance and Con- 
fession 283-293 

See Resignation 415-435 

Lord, forever at Thy side 320 

Blest ;<re the pure in' heart 321 

Quiet, Lord, my froward heart 392 
O for a heart to praise my 4o;; 

Illumination, Spiritual. 

See Holy Ghost 204-219 

Light of life, enlighten me. . . . 32 

Come, my soul, thou must be . 37 

The Spirit breathes upon the . 75 

Behold the morning sun 77 

Lord, Thv word abideth 80 

Thou, Whose almighty word .. 82 

Imitation of Christ. 
See Christ. Example of. 

Immanuel. 

See Christ. Emmanuel. 

Immortality. 

See Heaven 688-715 

O where shall rest be found. . . 221 

Forever with the Lord 

Lo ! on a narrow neck of land 664 

It is not death to die t'>7."> 

JesUS lives and so shall 1 681 

Importunity. 

Lord, we come before Thee ... 17 
Jesus Who knows full well 464 

Imputation 

Bee Christ. Substitute. 

Incarnation. 

See Christ, Humanity of. 

Infants. 

See Children 

Infant Baptism. 
See Baptism 541-548 

Ingratitude. 

See Cratitlidi . 



InDcr of Subjects 



Inspiration. btmh 

See Hoi.v S< larnKK- 70-80 

Installation. 

See Okfic BBS 558-561 

See Ok di nation and Issi \ I - 

LATIOJ) 662-606 

Intercession. 
See Christ, High Priest. 

Invitation. 

SeeSALVATIOS 1* i:« .\ i i>k l». 263-267 

Invocation. 
See Holy Ghost. 

Israel. 

Hail to the Lord's anointed 584 

Watchman, tell us of the night 585 

On the mountain top 590 

Rise, crowned with light 596 

Hail to the brightness of 598 

Jehovah. 

See God t Jehovah. 

Jerusalem. 
See City of God. 

Jesus . 
See Christ. 

Joining the Church. 
See Confessing Christ. 436-439 
See Renunciation of the 

World 440-447 

See Con serration. 

Joy- 
See Praise to Chri>t . . . 187-203 
See Conversion and Joy 300-310 

See JOY 383-389 

See Praise 610-528 

Pleasant are Thy courts above 12 
Great God, a.. tend while Zion. 18 
How pleasant, how divinely.. . IS 
When morning gilds the Bkies, 29 

Light of life, enlighten me 32 

Welcome, delightful morn 61 

O day of rest and gladness — 64 
With joy we hail the sacred.. . 69 

Thou lovely source of true 72 

As with gladness men of old. . 113 
Jov to the world, the Lord is.. 118 

Shbut the glad tidings 120 

How calm and beautiful the. . 158 
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem... 161 

O for a shout of sacred joy 165 

Rejoice, all ye believers.' 179 

O happy is the man who hears 233 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 234 

Salvation, O the iovful sound. 235 
O gift of gifts, O grace of faith 351 
Yes, for me, for me He careth, 352 

Jesus, Thou joy of loving 450 

Children of the heavenly King. 504 

Jubilee. 

Christ is coming, let Creation. 183 

Blow ye the trumpet, blow 234 

Hark," the song of jubilee 599 

Judge. 

See Christ, Judge. 
See God, Just. 

Judgment Day 
See The Judgment 682-687 



Justice. UVM.N 

Set God, Just. 

Justification. 

See Justification 311-314 

Itonement. 
• lust as 1 am, without one plea 296 
Lord Jesus, are we one with 

I lay my sins on Jesus 299 

thou who hear'st the prayer 301 
Blessed are the sons of God. . . 315 
My hope is built on nothing.. . 354 

Kindness. 

Blest are the sous of peace HOT 

Blest be the tie that binds 608 

Blest be the dear uniting love. 611 
How sweet, how heavenly is. . 612 
May He. by whose kind care .. 613 

Kingdom of Christ. 

See Lord JBSUS Christ. 

157-170, 179-1S6 

Bee Missions 584-605 

Knowledge. 
See 1 Humiliation, Spiritual. 

Laborers. 

See Activity 493-503 

See OfficBBS 558-561 

Lamb of God. 

See Christ. Ismib of God. 

Law of God. 

See Holy S< rip turfs 70-80 

See Justification 311-314 

The heavens declare Thy 230 

Lord, how secure my. . . * 280 

Show pity. Lord, O Lord 28S 

Awaked by Sinai's awful 305 

How gentle God's commands.. 356 

Liberality. 

See Benevolence 573-576 

When I survey tbe wondrous . 142 

Thy life was given for me 154 

The law commands and mak 

Scorn not the slightest word. . 4!'4 

Sow in the morn thy seed 495 

Laborers of Christ, arise 496 

Life. 

Brevity and Uncertainty of. 
See Brevity of Life. 

Object and Solemnity of. 
O where shall rest be found. . . 221 
Religion is the chief concern.. 226 
Lord, it belongs not to my care. 421 

A charge to keep I havel 472 

Life is the time to serve the ... 658 
Lo ! on a narrow neck of land. 664 
Make haste. man. to live — 667 
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy 688 

Light. 

See Christ, the Light. 

See Illumination, Spiritual. 

Likeness to Christ. 

See Imitation qf Christ. 

Longing. 
See Holy Dksibes 398-414 

Longsuffering. 

See Christ, Patience. 
See God, Longsuffering. 

495 



Looking to Jesus. arm 

Behold the sin -atoning Lamb, J4.~» 
Sinners, behold the Lamb ol 

Beneath the crOBfl ol Jesus. . . 202 

In evil long I cook delight 2M 

I beard the voice of JesOfl Bay. 297 

Jesus, full of all compassion.. 308 

My faith looks up to Thee .'i."7 

Saviour, I look to Thee 

eyes that are weary and. 

1 hear the words of lore.. . 

Jeans, we look to Thee 

We would see Jesus 

Lord of all. 

See ' hrist. Lord. 

Lord's Day. 

See The Sabbath 57-60 

Lord's Supper :>46-557 

Love 370-382 

Of God. 
See God, Love of. 

Of Christ. 
See Christ, Love of. 

Brotherly. 
SeeCoM-MiNiON of Saint- 006-6I6 

Lukewarmness. 

See Revival 577-583 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly 206 

Come. Holy Spirit, come 214 

O for a closer walk with God. . 414 
Like the eagle, onward, upward 502 

Majesty. 
See God, Majesty qf. 

Man. 
See Man's Ruin 

Mariners. 
See Those at Sea. . . 



220-225 



642-644 



Marriage 636 

Martyrs. 

Glory to God, whose witness.. 478 
The Son of God goes forth to 491 
For all the saints who from.. . 614 
Hark the sound of holy voice? 707 

Mediator. 

See Christ, Mediator. 

Mediatorial Reign. 

See Kingdom of Christ. 

Meditation. 

Abide with me, fast falls the 4_' 
I love to steal awhile away .... 44 
Sometimes a light surprises... 386 
My God, permit me not to be.. 445 
Sweet the moments, rich in 

Meekness. 
See Humility. 

Mercy. 

See God, Mercy of. 



UnOer ot Subjects 



Mercy-seat. btms 

How charming is the place 7 

To Thy temple 1 repair 454 

Approach, my soul, the mercy- 4<;i 
What various hindrances «re 468 
From every stormy wind that 4">s 
Jesus, where'er Thy people. . . 570 

Millennium. 
Bee Lobd JESUS Christ. 119-188 
Hail to the Lord's anointed.. 584 
Watchman, tell us of the night 585 

Now he the gospel banner 588 

Hasten, Lord. the glorious time 592 
Ascend Thy throne, almighty 593 
Sovereign of worlds, display.. 597 
Hark the song of Jubilee..... 599 
Soon may the last glad song. . 603 

Come, kingdom of our God 604 

Thy kingdom come, O God 605 

Ministry. 

See OFFICSBS 558-561 

See ordination and Instal- 
lation 562-566 

Missions 584-805 

See Lord Jesus Christ, 179-186 

Morning 29-37 

Mystery. 

See Providence. 

Nativity. 
See Lord Jesus Christ, 113-125 

Nature, God in. 

See God, Creator. 

Nearness to God. 

Lord of all being, throned afar, 93 
In all my vast concerns with. . 109 

could I find from day today, 404 

Nearer, mv God, to Thee 408 

<) for a closer walk with God, 414 
<), Love Divine, that stooped G41 

New birth 303-305 

Enthroned on high, almighty 204 

Eternal Spirit, we confess 206 

Gracious Spirit, love divine. . . 217 
Holy Ghost, with light divine, 218 
How helpless guilty nature lies 220 
How sad our state by nature is, 224 

1 once was a stranger to grace 307 
Jesus, full of all compassion. . 308 

happy day that fixed say ... 3io 
O gift of gifts, O grace of faith 361 

New Jerusalem. 
Bee City of God. 

New Year 82H28 

Night. 
Bee El rarnra 88 56 

Now. 
- \i.v LTXOS M d i EKED, 253-2T9 

Obedience. 

Bee Hoi/i s. rtptubeb 70-80 

Bee Saw riFU v\ ion. 817-824 

Bee ' onsecraUon. 



Offerings. hymn 

See Benevoi.enc e 573-576 

Offices of Christ. 

See Chr%$t t Offiees of. 

Old Age. 

See Tn K A< ; v. i> 637-838 

Omnipotence. 
Sec Qod , Almighty. 

Omnipresence. 

Sec Cod, Omnipresent. 

Omniscience. 
See Cod, Omni s cien t. 

Oneness with Christ. 

See Union with Christ. 

Onward. 

speed thee. Christian, on thy 482 

Onward, Christian soldiers 483 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 489 

Awake, my soul, stretch every Vx\ 
Like the eagle, upward, onward 502 

Opening of Service. 
See The Beginning of Wok- 
ship 1-19 

Ordinances. 

See S.\< kaments 541-557 

Ordination. 

See Okdination and Jnstai.- 
LATIO n 668-888 

Original sin. 
See Salvation Needed, 220-227 

Pain. 

See Trials. 

Paradise. 
See H i. a v en 688-715 

Pardon. 

See Forgiveness. 

Parting. 
Bee Farewell service. 

Passion. 

Sec Christ, /'nssioti of. 

Passover. 
See Christ, Our Passover. 

Pastor. 

See Ordination and Installa- 
tion 662 666 

Patience. 
Bee Besiom \ rio» 116 436 

Pattern. 
Bee fin-is/. Example of. 
Peace 880-887 

Sec Christ, Prince of I'm, ■, . 

Bee Assurance. 

See Millennium. 



Penitence. hymn 
Bee Ki i'entan< k and Con- 
fession 283-293 

Perseverance 504-509 

Pilgrimage. 

See Christ, Shepherd. 

Through the day Thv love has 52 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide.... 212 

Guide me, O Thou Great 333 

Gently, Lord, gentlv lead us, 345 

He leadeth me, blessed 346 

Saviour, I follow on 358 

Lead, kindly Light, amid the . 419 
Children of the heavenly King 504 
M\ days are gliding swiftly by, 657 

I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a ..... . 662 

Hark, hark, my soul, angelic. 694 

Far from my heavenly home. . 703 

I'm but a stranger here. 712 

Pity. 

See Christ, Lore of. 
See God, Compassion of. 
See Compassion. 

Pleasures, Worldly. 

See Renunciation of the 

Would 440-447 

O where shall rest be found.. . 221 
God calling yet, shall I not . . . 257 
Why will ye waste on trilling. 274 

Poor. 

See Benevolence 573-576 

Poverty. 

How firm a foundation, ye 325 

O for a faith that will not 348 

Thy way, not mine, Lord... . 430 

Poverty of Spirit. 

See Humility. 

Praise. 

See Praise toChkist. . . . 187-203 
SeePitAlsE 510-528 

Prayer 457-w» 

See HiMiii \tion 626-831 

Preaching. 

See Ministry. 

See Hea ri n g the Word . 

Lord, \\ c come before Thee ... 17 

Dismiss us with Thv blessing, 20 

Almighty God, Thy word is . M 

Lord, dismiss us with Thy 27 

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere wc 81 

Safely through another week.. 59 

Welcome, delightful morn. ... 61 

Behold the morning sun 77 

How sweetly no wedthe Gospel i:m"> 

Ye servants of God, your I9t 

I love to tell the story 236 

Lord, -peak to me thai 1 may. 499 
He that goeth forth with 500 

Predestination. 
Sec God, />< erees of. 
See Election. 

Pride. 
See Humility. 

Priesthood. 

See Christ, High I'riest. 



Probation hymn 

See Salvation OFFERED, 253-279 

Procrastination. 

See Salvation OFFERED, 268-279 

Prodigal. 

Return. wanderer, return... 2.">:» 
To-day 'L'liv mercy calls me . . . Ml 
How oft, alas! fchia wretched.. 287 

I was a wandering sheep 382 

Take ine, O my Father, take. . 399 

Profession. 

See Confessing Christ, 436-439 
See Covenant, Entering into. 

Progress. 
See Christians, Growth of. 

Promised Land. 

See Heaven 688-715 

See Pilgrimage. 

Promises 325-328 

See Covenant, Divine. 

Prophet. 
See Christ, Prophet. 

Protection. 

See Christ. Hiding-place, 
See God, Defender, Guide, 
Fortress, Dwell ivg-p/ace. 

Providence. 

See Christ, Leader, Pilot, 

Shepherd. 
See God, Decrees of. Defender, 

Deliverer, Dwelling-place, 

Fortress. Goodness of, 
Guide, Jehovah, Love of. 
Sovereign ty of. 
See Pilgrimage. 

Punishment, eternal. 
See Everlasting Dt ath. 

Purity. 

See SaNCTTFICATION 317-324 

Blest are the pure in heart. . . . 321 
O for a heart to praise my God 403 

Purer yet and purer 406 

O Thou, to whose all-searching 507 

Purposes of God. 

See Decrees of. 

Race, Christian. 

Stand up. my soul, shake off. . 479 
O speed thee, Christian, on thy 482 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 489 

Awake, my soul, stretch every 493 

Ransom. 
See Christ, Ransom. 

Reaping. 
See Harvest. 

Receiving Christ. 
See Accepting Christ.. 294-302 

Redemption. 
See Christ, Ransom, Redeemer. 



f n&er of Subjects 

Refuge. hymn 

See Christ, /fit/i ng-/ilace. 

See God, Dwelling-place, For- 
tress. 

Regeneration. 

See New Birth. 

Rejoicing. 

See Joy. 

Remembrance of Christ 
See Lord's Suppbb 546-557 

Renunciation of the World 

440-447 

Repentance and Confession 
283-298 

Reproach. 

See Renunciation of the 

Would 440-447 

Am 1 a soldier of the cross. . . . 475 

Resignation 415-435 

See, Trials. 

Rest. 

See The Sabbath 57-69 

See Peace 390-397 

where shall rest be found .. . 221 

Come unto Me, ye weary 255 

Art thou weary", art thou 267 

1 heard the voice of Jesus say, 297 
O happy day that fixed my. . . . 310 

My spirit on Thy care ' 343 

Forever here my rest shall be. 449 

Resurrection. 

Of Christ 157-170 

Of the Body 680-681 

Retirement. 

See Meditation. 

Revival S77-583 

See Evangelistic Services. 

Riches. 

See Benevolence 573-576 

When I survey the wondrous. 112 
Bise, my soul." and stretch thy 688 

Rock of Ages. 
See Christ, Rock. 

Sabbath, The 57-09 

Sabbath-School. 
See Children. 

Sacraments 541-557 

Sacrifice. 

See Atonement. 

Safety. 

See Protection. 

Sailors. 

See Those at Sea 642-644 

Saints. 

See Communion of 

Saints 606-616 

See Christians. 

Salvation 220-279 

497 



1 1 \ M \ 

Sanctification m m 

See ' onsecration. 

Sanctuary. 

See Worship i-co 

Bee 1 m iw< 1 1 io\ .- ( »;7 572 

See Communion 01 

Saints S06-6M 

Satan. 
See Conflict 474 48 • 

Satisfaction of Christ. 
See Atonement. 
Saviour. 

See Christ. Saviour. 

• Science. 

See Creation. 

Scriptures. Holy.. 70-80 

Sea. 
See Those at G42-644 

Seal of the Spirit. 

See Assurance. 

Searching the heart. 

See God, Searcher of Hearts. 

Seasons. 

See Thanksgiving 617-624 

See New Year 627-629 

Second Coming of 
Christ 179-186 

See Christ, Advent, Second. 

Second Death. 
See Everlasting Death. 

Secret Prayer. 

See Meditation. 

Seed-time and Harvest. 
See Harvest. 

Self-deceit. 

See God, Searcher of Hearts. 

Self-dedication. 

See Consecration. 

Self-denial. 

See Holy Desires 39s 4 14 

See Resignation 411 

See Renunciation of 

the Would 440-447 

See Conflict 474-492 

Set- ( Y088, Heaving of. 

Self-examination. 

S.n. § <rchiug the Heart. 

Service. 

See Activitv 493-503 

See ( onsecration. 

Shepherd. 
See Christ, Shepherd. 

Sickness. 

See Tin: Si« K and SoRROW- 

in... 640,641 



Index of Subjects 



Sin. hymn 

See Salvation NBBDSD, 220-227 
See Conviction of Sin. 280-282 
See REPENTANCE and 

CONFESSION 283-293 

Bee H IMILIATION 625, 626 

Sincerity. 

Sec < lonsistency. 

O that the Lord wouhl guide. . 7.'i 

O for a shout of sacred joy. . . . 165 

So let our lips and lives. 322 

Lord, when we bend before. . . 462 

Sinners called. 
See In vita TION8 253-267 

Sleep. 

See Ev BNING 38-56 

Soldiers. 

See Watchfulness and 

Conflict 470-492 

Son of God. 

See Christ, Divinity of. 

Son of Man. 
See Christ, Humanity of. 

Sonship. 

See Adoption. 

Sorrow. 

See Trials. 

Soul, Value of 226, 227 

Sovereign. 
Bee God, Sovereignty of. 

Sowing and Reaping. 
Sec Harvest. 

Spirit, The Holy. 
See Boli Ghost 204-219 

Star of Bethlehem. 
See Advent of Chbist.. 113-125 

Stars. 

The spacious firmament on . . . 100 
The heavens declare Thy glory 230 

Steadfastness. 
See ( bnatancy. 

Submission. 
Bee Resignation. 415-435 

Substitution. 
Sec Christ, Substitute. 
Sufferings. 

See '/'rials. 

Sufferings and Death of 
Christ 140 156 



H\ UN 

Sun of Righteousness 

See Christ, Sun of Right- 

(Otis n< 98. 

Supper, Lord's 546-557 

Supreme. 
Sec Qod Supreme. 

Surety. 

See Christ, Hansom, Substitute. 

Surrender. 

See Repentance and 

( Jon v kssi< >n 283-293 

See Resignation 415-435 

See Consecration. 

Sympathy. 

Of Christ. 
See Christ, Sympathy of. 

Of Christian. 

See Benevolence 573-676 

See Communion of Saints, 

606-616 

Teacher. 
See Christ, Prophet. 

Temptation. 

Of Christ. 
See Christ, Temptation of. 

Of Christians. 

Sec christians. Temptations of '. 

Thankfulness. 
See Gratitude. 

Thanksgiving 017-024 

Throne of Grace. 

Sec Boldness at tin Throne of 

Grace. 
Sec Mercy-seat. 

Lord, when we bow before Thy 462 
Behold the throne of grace. . . . 460 

Come, my soul, thy suit 467 

They who seek the throne of. 468 

Time. 
See Brevity of Life. 

Trials. 

See Fa 1 in and EOPB 348-369 

See PEACE 390-397 

See Resignation 4ir> 436 

See Providence. 

The shadows <>f the evening.. 38 

Abide with me, fast falls the.. 42 
God moves in a mysterious wav !)'_> 
My God, niv Father ! blissful .' 103 

Through all the changing.... 106 

God IB love; His mercy 107 

Immortal love, forever full... 13 r » 

As ofl with worn and wearv . . 139 

In the hour of trial 171 

Where high the heavenly 172 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide.. .. 212 

Art thou weary, art thou 267 

<> Thou Whose tender mercy, . •-".u 



HYMN 

With tearful eyes I look 294 

Why should the children of a. 304 
How firm a foundation, ye. . . . 320 

In every trouble sharp and 327 

It shall be well, let sinners. . . . 328 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 340 

Gently, Lord, O gently lead us 346 

He leadeth me, ( ) blessed 346 

Safe in the arms of Jesus 347 

Tribulation. 

See Trials. 

Trinity 81-88 

Trust. 

See Faith. 

See Providence. 

See ( on iid, nee. 

Truth. 

See llnl.V S« Kill I UKS 70-80 

See ( bvenant, Divine. 

See Christ, Truth. 

Unchangeableness. 
See God, Unchangeable, 

Union. 

With Christ. 
Sec Christ. Union with. 

Between Believers. 

See Com minion of 

S \i\ts.. 606-616 

Vanity of Life. 
Sec Brevity of Life. 

Victory. 
Of Christ. 
Sec The Lobd Jesus Chbist, 

157-170, 179-186, 187-203 

See Missions 584-606 

See The -h domes r 682-687 

Of Believers. 

See Conflict 474 402 

Sec II i:\vkn 688-716 

Vows to God. 

See Confessing Christ, 436-439 

See Sacraments.. 541-557 

See Covenant, Entering into. 

Waiting on God. 

See PEA ykk 457-469 

see Resignation 4ir> 436 

Walking with God. 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 4us 

for a closer walk with God. . 414 

Warfare. 
See Conflict 474-4!»2 

Warning. 
See Sai.va riON Offeked, 268-279 



■ffnfrei of Subjects 



HYMN 

Watchfulness 470-473 



Watchmen. 

How beauteous are their feet. 558 
Let Zion's watchmen alia vake 560 
Watchman, tell us of the night 585 
We are watching, we are 601 

Way. 
>,--• Christ, the Way. 

Wealth. 
See Riches. 

Weary, rest for. 
See Rest. 



Wedding Hymn. 



See Marriage 



636 



Weeping "vmn 

See Trials. 

Will of God. 
Sec God, Will of. 

Wisdom of God. 
Sc a,,,!, Wite. 

Witness of the Spirit. 

See Assurance. 

Gracious Spirit, love divine.. . '-'17 

Word of God. 
See Holy Scriptures 70-80 

Work. Christian." 

See Activity 4! ».;-.">( 13 

See Missions 584-605 

See Preaching. 



IIVMV 

World, Renunciation 

Of 440-447 

Worship 1-80 

Wrath of God. 

See The Judgment 682-687 

Year. 

New Year 627-620 

Close of 630-632 

Of Jubilee. 
Sec Jubilee. 

Youth. 
See The YoUJTG 645-656 

Zeal. 

See Activity 493-503 



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